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
Miles Teller's young drummer is driven to greatness or madness -- or maybe both -- in Damien Chazelle's Sundance hit
This cloying film costarring Melissa McCarthy should have "FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION" stamped on every frame
Solid cast can't overcome film's uninspired and scatterbrained script that all too often has the flat, dead sound of a first draft
Star's clashes with obstinate father Robert Duvall resonate but film goes down too cynically sweet
A wonderful cast with Viola Davis, Bill Hader, Isabelle Huppert, and Ciarán Hinds delivers standout performances in a two-part film that never really adds up
It's lovely to look at, but Gabe Ibáñez's sci-fi bore feels cobbled together from unyielding pieces of every robot apocalypse movie you've ever seen
This tame farce needs a lot more mishaps to merit all those titular adjectives
Remake of Kirk Cameron film will be best appreciated by devoted fans of the book it's based upon
On-the-nose, obvious and overdone, this hysterical look at online suburbanites wastes performers like Jennifer Garner, Adam Sandler and Rosemarie DeWitt
Though slightly overstuffed, this British comedy-drama has the stirring power of a protest anthem -- and it's funny, too
Workaholic Franco delivers a forgettable performance alongside Kate Hudson and Tom WIlkinson in a B-movie far beneath his usual artistic or commercial ambitions
This adaptation of Gillian Flynn's bestseller tells a sordid story through layers of illusion and tabloid media frenzy
But heroes do win back some audience goodwill in a suspenseful sequence that's a literal cliff-hanger
The comedy bits aren't funny and the horror moments aren't scary, but no one can accuse this oddball movie starring Justin Long, Michael Parks, and...
Henson makes for a sexy and tragic protagonist in this women-empowerment thriller about domestic violence, but Elba plays a troubling stereotype in this film that...
Chastain has much better chemistry with co-stars Viola Davis and Isabelle Huppert than with her on-screen husband (played by McAvoy), while the thrown-together love story...
Co-starring Ashley Judd and Morgan Freeman, this conscientious sequel nears the Platonic ideal of edutainment
Part "Lord of the Flies" and part "Cabin in the Woods," this puzzle-box gets less interesting as we learn more about what's going on
Even comedy all-stars can't breathe life into the contrived situations and underwritten neurotics in this family-at-a-funeral dramedy
Adapted from the long-running TV hit, this reunion of the star and director of "Training Day" feels brutally direct after a summer of green-screen shenanigans