TheWrap's Lucas Shaw and Alonso Duralde assess Scarlett Johansson's role in the...
More full-tilt-boogie Euro-schlock grindhouse existentialism from Luc Besson, featuring a droning, brain-powered...
"The cinematic equivalent of herpes," one critic wrote
Brit Marling reteams with "Another Earth" director Mike Cahill and provides much needed-grounding to this dreamy story about a scientist driven by lost love
Returning director James DeMonaco flirts with messages about politics, society, and inequality, but they're all dazzle camouflage for a silly and squalid shoot-em-up
The foreplay in this internet-age farce is promising, but the comedy deflates by the disappointing climax; Rob Lowe proves his comedic staying power with another...
If you're still listening to the "Garden State" soundtrack in your car, you may well be carried away by Braff's latest; non-believers are more likely...
Robert Boswell's new play is not a comedy, but James Franco, making his directorial stage debut, goes for a few laughs that only expose the...
FX series reimagines vampirism while paying homage to myths
Showtime's drama about pioneering sex researchers Bill Masters and Virginia Johnson gets off to a racy, and emotionally rich, start
Earl Lynn Nelson and Paul Eenhoorn play mismatched travel buddies grappling with retirement in this uplifting road trip movie
Yes -- and no -- depending on what critic you ask, but the majority seem to agree on one thing: it's still pretty good
Solidly entertaining adventure film features another great Andy Serkis motion-capture performance, but it lacks the big ideas of the 1968 and 2011 versions
The cast (including Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette) ages in real time in this stirring look at a family's perseverance through the day-to-day business of...
Like the heroes voiced by Dane Cook and Ed Harris, this by-the-numbers movie gets in, does the job, and takes off with a minimum of...
"Hoop Dreams" director Steve James takes us on a rollercoaster ride of the legendary film critic's personal and professional highs and lows
Susan Sarandon co-stars in the comedy about a fired fast food employee who takes a road trip with her grandmother
Terrific performances and spooky atmospherics only stave off the predictable conclusion of a priest yelling at a guy who's bleeding out of every orifice
The talented star of "Bridesmaids" has played characters in five-minute Groundlings sketches that felt more thought-out and well-written
The deceptive evidence and straw-man arguments of this conservative "filmmaker" would go down easier if the actual filmmaking wasn't so inept
The majority of critics think the show, rooted in religion and loss, is off to a promising start
Justin Theroux anchors the melancholy HBO series exploring the aftermath of a mass global disappearance
"Hello, police? I'd like to report an assault," Seattle Times critic Soren Anderson wrote
You won't learn much about the politically influential Koch brothers that you haven't already heard from Rachel Maddow, but this dispassionate advocacy doc connects the...
The Electric Daisy Carnival holds electronic dance music fans in its thrall, but the documentary about it grows tedious by Day Two
Writer-director John Carney's follow-up to "Once" is shamelessly manipulative and disingenuous, but it's so sweet and lovely that it gets stuck in your head anyway
According to the vast majority of reviews, absolutely
The battling, metallic heroes have never looked better, but Michael Bay's choppy, dissonant storytelling methods remain as audience-punishing as ever