“Adrift” is a more fitting title for this unmoored and glacially paced star vehicle, which prizes exasperating inscrutability over effective storytelling
Paper’s film critics will no longer offer their take on every movie opening in NYC
The third in writer-director Tom Six’s horror series is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and feces, signifying nothing
Clooney and Britt Robertson star in the film that mimics a roller coaster ride by making us wait far too long for too little payoff
Danner and co-star Martin Starr make for wonderful companions — and company — in an honest but never depressing film about old age
The second of two Yves Saint Laurent biopics — the one made without the approval of the designer’s estate — winds up being the more...
‘Hot Pursuit’ Director Anne Fletcher on Bad Reviews, Gender Equality in Hollywood: ‘I Don’t Expect Anything From Anybody’
“I’m making it for the audience. Come watch two people kick butt,” she tells TheWrap
Joyless and perfunctory, this road-trip buddy comedy apparently replaced all its jokes with screaming
Black gives a career-highlight performance as an all-too-regular-guy tripped up by fame, fear, bad high school memories and a diabolically charming James Marsden in a...
Solemn, strong Italian film about family, crime and the deep roots of revenge offers widescreen visions and intimate murders, making for a very different Mafia...
Don’t be fooled by the glossy, bourgeois look and feel of the opening moments; Hunt’s second directorial effort is winning, warm, smart and tough
War and peace duke it out in a universal tale about the resilience of humanity in times of conflict
‘Anesthesia’ Tribeca Review: Kristen Stewart, Glenn Close Star in Strong Ensemble of Interlocking Lives
Writer-director Tim Blake Nelson avoids sentimentality in a contemporary drama suffused with anger and vitality
This weak character study needed a stronger actor to play off Abigail Breslin and Joely Richardson
Seen through Crowe’s beauty-seeking if exoticizing camera, the Turkey-set period epic asks difficult and urgent questions about war and masculinity
This sequel has its share of thrills and laughs, but you can feel the requirements of franchise empire-building weighing it down
‘The Age of Adaline’ Review: Blake Lively Auditions for Another Vogue Cover in Gorgeous But Forgettable Romance
Lively’s never been better, but “Adaline” is more interested in what she’s wearing than what her character’s thinking
‘The Adderall Diaries’ Tribeca Review: James Franco and Ed Harris Confront Their Pasts as Father and Son
First-time writer-director Pamela Romanowsky adapts Stephen Elliott’s memoir of addiction and self-destruction into an intuitive film that sets small goals and meets them
Domhnall Gleeson and Alicia Vikander co-star in a stylish and thoughtful directorial debut from Alex Garland
Christina Hendricks, Saoirse Ronan, Matt Smith, Iain De Caestecker and Eva Mendes star in a bombastic exercise in sadism that’s all bluster, no brains
A populist take on simian society and alpha leadership leads to an entertaining look at caste systems in the animal kingdom
Kal Penn leads an up-and-coming cast with Georgie Henley and Kara Hayward in an ambitious and timely film about a modern-day Salem witch trial
The biopic is a better study of Victorian times than a portrait of Effie Gray, who dawdles for much too long before planning her escape...
The veteran trio of Thomas Jay Ryan, James Urbaniak and Parker Posey steals the picture from the younger cast in a capper that’s faithful but...
It’s nowhere near as polished as “Silver Linings Playbook,” but “Serena” teams up Cooper and Lawrence in another romance with vision and sympathy for damaged...
The two make for a great comedy duo, but director Etan Cohen keeps pushing his film to the edge without finding its balance
With a slow-burn sensibility and the veteran actor used to strong effect, this modest thriller will make the hairs on the back of your neck...
David Robert Mitchell’s sophomore film reinvents horror by eschewing the genre’s common tricks
Director Hawke finds a fascinating subject — and adopts an overly respectful approach — in his portrait of a charismatic retired concert pianist with a...
An overly familiar premise takes a dark, degrading turn in a nasty, unfun film that’ll benefit neither Heigl nor Wilson’s careers