Despite some nice moments, what starts out as a retread of director Lasse Hallstrom's "Chocolat" goes completely a la carte in an extraneous third act
The mythological hero may be half-man and half-god, but Brett Ratner turns him into half-superhero, half-dullard
Hoffman gives a memorable performance in this masterful John le Carré adaptation as a German master of intelligence coping with a post-9/11 world
James Gunn's old-school romp in the far reaches of the universe owes more to Joss Whedon's "Firefly" than to his "Avengers," blending action, thrills, and...
More full-tilt-boogie Euro-schlock grindhouse existentialism from Luc Besson, featuring a droning, brain-powered superhero that Morgan Freeman tries his darnedest to explain
It's pure trifle, but the seasoned stars will win you over as next-door enemies who embark on a romance in their twilight years
Emma Stone couldn't be more charming, but her on-screen romance with Colin Firth couldn't be more contrived or ickiliy age-inappropriate
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
While the nostalgic film doesn't drag, it also never answers the question, "Why spend 134 minutes on the Frankie Valli episode of 'Behind the Music'?"
This indie drama, featuring Paul and Juliette Lewis, is well-acted and beautifully shot, but it feels like the 401st version of "The 400 Blows" to...
Characters form an unlikely bond in road movie set in a lawless Australian outback sometime in the near future
Gorgeous visuals and the addition of a strong new character (voiced by Cate Blanchett) don't make up for a lackluster villain or the dumbing-down of...
The only agenda of this scruffy and urbane comedy, about a young comic contemplating abortion, is to be true and funny
This lovely and contemplative film examines the impact of the then-new HIV test on dancers in San Francisco in the mid-1980s
Alice Cooper, Michael Douglas, and Sylvester Stallone are just some of the celebs who pop up to pay tribute to one of the gods of...
Woodley stars opposite her "Divergent" brother Ansel Elgort in this unabashed tearjerker about teens battling life-threatening illness
One could complain about the padding and the repetition, but who cares when the jokes and the performances are this hilarious?
Everyone who's ever felt like an outsider -- or picked up an instrument without knowing how to play it -- should check out this entertaining...
William Eubank's reach exceeds his grasp, but his twisty second feature establishes him as an interesting filmmaker to watch
The villain of "Sleeping Beauty" gets to be the hero in smart (but visually hideous) story that injects post-"Frozen" female empowerment into an old chestnut
Seth MacFarlane's non sequitur gags about the awfulness of life on the frontier get the laughs, but they're overcrowded by sophomoric sex and scatology jokes...
It's a familiar sci-fi mashup, but director Doug Liman knows how to find the fun and the thrills in this tale of an alien-fighting soldier...
A contrived set-up and wild shifts in tone undercut interesting performances from two great actors
Bringing Drew Barrymore back into the fold was a wise move, resulting in, for what it's worth, the best of their three collaborations
Hall, Sam Shepard, and Don Johnson ride the twists and turns of this cool, cruel thriller from Jim Mickle ("We Are What We Are")
Fun, sun, and a righteous robbery make a glittering showcase for a witty cast
James Gray directs frequent collaborator Joaquin Phoenix as an enigmatic pimp who takes advantage of just-off-the-boat Polish immigrant Cotillard
Cannes 2014: Timothy Spall's self-centered painter anchors Leigh's brilliant examination of the human price of creative genius
Make sure you're caught up on all things X if you want to keep track of what Wolverine's doing in the past and how it...