Starring Ryan Reynolds and Mireille Enos, this kidnapped-child drama feels like a lesser rehash of the director's earlier, stronger films like "Exotica" and "The Sweet...
Docudrama follows a real-life Swiss octogenarian gay couple as two fine actors portray their love story in the repressive 1950s
Former child star makes a Sunday school movie that attempts to reclaim Christmas' pagan and secular roots, but did it have to be so crushingly...
Meryl Streep, John Lithgow, and James Spader co-star in a brutal but riveting tale that deconstructs the icon of the cowboy hero
A marriage drama about kitsch and the value of art brings out the best in Burton
This tale of an imprisoned journalist suffers from a muddled narrative, though Gael García Bernal is a fine actor
Ol' Rubber Face is back, as Carrey and Daniels embark on another cross-country road trip, this time with Rob Riggle, Kathleen Turner and Laurie Holden
Flat improvisations, witless gross-out humor and a general lack of ideas strand Jennifer Aniston, Charlie Day and Jamie Foxx, too
The charmless, disposable, and ultra-busy "Madagascar" spin-off is more likely to give audiences headaches than laughter
One of the year's best American films explores the accomplishments of Dr. King without wrapping it in a grade-school civics lesson
Gangsters meet cinema buffs -- violently -- in this deliriously over-the-top comedy
With his third feature film, J.C. Chandor ("Margin Call," "All Is Lost") firmly plants himself among this generation's great filmmakers
Ghilherme Lobo's Leonardo isn't a disabled gay teen -- but a teen who happens to be disabled and gay -- in a thoughtful and well-rounded...
The late comedy legend winds up stuck with a screenplay full of coal, as are Joel McHale, Candice Bergen, Oliver Platt, Lauren Graham and Wendi...
A protégé of Terrence Malick brings his mentor's visual poetry to this stately, near-silent look at Abraham Lincoln's childhood; but if you dozed off during...
Disturbing family secrets make for an unexpectedly touching mother-daughter story between Sarah Snook and Joelle Carter, but the scares are mostly missing
Horror director Alexandre Aja juggles fantasy, comedy, mystery, romance and drama, rarely dropping any of his spinning plates
Actor exposes the lurid underbelly of TV news while seducing Rene Russo (sexually) and Riz Ahmed (financially) in Dan Gilroy's merciless satire
Not much new to be found here, but this brisk drama features a top-drawer cast, including Mark Strong as a potentially nefarious doctor
The universe-spanning saga -- starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, and Jessica Chastain -- is challenging, provocative, and gorgeous. Until it isn't
You know Snowden's story, but the secrecy involved in telling it is as suspenseful as the ramifications of his revelations are terrifying
Hand-drawn animation from legendary director Isao Takahata and a voice cast that also includes James Caan make this a formidable Oscar contender
Bleakly funny and emotionally gutting, this import might make an even more prickly date-night movie than "Gone Girl"
Stellar cast that includes Gabourey Sidibe, Thomas Jane, and Christopher Meloni makes for a thoughtful dud that takes too long to take flight
There's no taking this witchboard business seriously for a second, but as PG-13 fright flicks for tweens go, signs point to a few decent scares...
Earnestness creeps into, and ultimately sinks, this goofy comedy, though not before the film gets in some very shrewd jokes and wonderfully delirious flights of...
Sam Rockwell and Gretchen Mol co-star in what may be Lynn Shelton's best film yet: a man-child comedy about women
The blisteringly funny new feature from writer-director Alex Ross Perry pulls no punches in its portrayal of obnoxious authors and the suffering women they leave...
The stellar cast, including Michelle Monaghan and James Marsden, are trapped by the author's fake melodrama and brainless coincidences
Tessa Thompson and Tyler James Williams headline a timely and important look at black identity and how it's informed by by stereotypes in the media