Critics praise Paul Greengrass' direction, but some grouse the film is preachy
A crazy-quilt of footage shot on everything from webcams to iPhones has all the right voices but needs some dissent
"Super Size Me's" Morgan Spurlock’s doc is less interested in pushing the music than in selling us these five guys who have become friends under...
The story is meant to shock us, but in this Edward Snowden/Chelsea Manning era, does any government-sanctioned chicanery come as a real surprise?
Wong Kar-Wai’s gorgeous martial-arts biopic jumps from event to event like a very long “Previously on ‘Homeland’…”
Commentary: Fans didn't want Daniel Craig as 007 or Joss Whedon for "The Avengers" -- or Michael Keaton for 1989's Dark Knight, either
This chiller nods to the classics but keeps enough tricks up its sleeve to keep audiences quivering at the edge of their seats
You’d think a movie with werewolf bikers, mini-skirted demon hunters and gay warlocks would offer some excitement. You would be wrong.
In this hilarious new Edgar Wright-Simon Pegg-Nick Frost collaboration, five old friends learn you can’t go home again when the apocalypse is nigh
Writer-director David Lowery’s gorgeous film boasts powerful performances, but gets stuck as the plot spins its wheels
Clumsy comedy about love-starved ladies seeking a real-life Mr. Darcy squanders its promising premise with lazy writing and haphazard direction
Ashton Kutcher stars as the Apple exec in a movie that never convincingly portrays him as either genius or bastard
The original felt like it was designed for adolescents; this feels like it was made by an adolescent with a whopping case of ADHD
David Gordon Green's latest stars Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch as mismatched co-workers stranded on a desolate stretch of Texas highway
Gary Oldman and Harrison Ford slum it in a rehash that’s so predictable and inert that the double-crosses are more like crosses-and-a-half
The director's latest scores as a popcorn-politics survey of 20th century American racism but never becomes the soaring historical tearjerker it clearly aims to be
In her debut as writer-director, Lake Bell doesn’t lack for witty observations, but she gives herself too many plot and character plates to spin
It’s damning with faint praise, but Disney’s new airborne franchise is more fun than the automotive one that spawned it
Neither cynical, pandering nor ironic, this tale of demi-gods seeking the Golden Fleece feels as fun and frivolous as an old Steve Reeves movie
TheWrap's film critic responds: If film critics could destroy a movie, Michael Bay and Adam Sandler would be working at Starbucks
Despite a sharp ensemble, this mostly dreary comedy offers a few scattered laughs surrounded by large stretches of Not Funny
In what’s technically a remake of a French film, the director borrows from himself liberally -- and in this case, familiarity breeds giggles
Don’t believe the hype — whether or not they’re acting, Lindsay Lohan and porn star James Deen effectively capture Hollywood nihilism
In his follow-up to “District 9,” Neill Blomkamp once again delivers on the action while over-delivering on the message
Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg’s billion-dollar chemistry can’t quite overcome a script with near-schizophrenic shifts in tone
If you love Smurfs, the movie has Smurfs; if you don’t love Smurfs … the movie has Smurfs.
While not matching the “X-Men” series at its peak, this latest adventure is leaps and bounds better than “X-Men Origins: Wolverine”
Ryan Reynolds battles walking corpses -- and a dead script
A top-tier cast and the makers of “American Splendor” can’t resuscitate this dead-on-arrival comedy
Powerful film reminds us that every victim of a random shooting was, first and foremost, a person just living his or her life