Critics are divided on the "Do the Right Thing" director's revenge tale
For sheer laughs per minute, these two stars deliver the goods as if they were instead performing a farce by Alan Ayckbourn or Christopher Durang
Amanda Peet's “The Commons of Pensacola" belongs to that class of TV pilots that never get picked up and instead take up residence in Hollywood’s...
Director Jack O’Brien lets us know that this is a very human-scale drama, but later in the play you may wonder who’s that horrible couple...
Darko Tresnjak directs a compact, wickedly witty new musical. Especially delightful is the cheesy execution of the show's hysterically funny murders
Christian Bale and Woody Harrelson star in this bloody crime drama
Zombie show returns to form for the first time this season
Top critics are largely positive about the science-fiction adventure based on Orson Scott Card's novel
It’s a marvel of acting to watch Daniel Craig slowly bring the subtext of raging anger to the fore in scene after scene of this...
Director Alex Gibney approaches his subject with the same sort of emotional detachment that Armstrong brings to his confessions
The characters unburden themselves of so much complicated history in the first moments that you might consider retitling it “Autumn: Onondaga County"
Reviewers are divided on the case for the Michael Fassbender/Cameron Diaz/Javier Bardem star-studded thriller
David Hyde Pierce stars in John Kander's first musical without longtime collaborator Fred Ebb, and there's not a showgirl or boy in sight.
When you strip Grisham’s panoramic tale of racism and injustice down to a courtroom drama, there really isn’t much of a trial at the heart...
Mikael Hafstrom movie hints at bigger ambitions but is impossible to take seriously
Character development? Or just a lot of heavy handed seed-planting?
Bill Condon's film offers a complex but ultimately one-sided portrait of charismatic Wikileaks founder Julian Assange
The comic fantasy may be an Oscar contender or an awards also-run
The Tim Burton movie is now a musical, which is at its best when it thinks small and sticks to Daniel Wallace's novel.
The gambling thriller earned a dreck-worthy 9 percent "rotten" rating on Rotten Tomatoes
Did things work out too well for Walter White?
Terry Gilliam’s latest asks complicated questions about human existence, and hides the answers in plain sight
"Star Trek" star segues from space to stage in a class-act "Menagerie"
Unfortunately, Roth's abundant gore fails to either offend or exhilarate
Reeves' goofily charming directorial debut has visceral energy and immediacy but lacks the substance to follow through on its martial-arts mysticism
Another portion of terrific comedy that avoids feeling like warmed-up lefotvers
Writer-director David E. Talbert's new film feels like the African-American version of Anna Faris’ “What’s Your Number”
Though exposing the underbelly of an American institution, it fails to offer any sort of real critique or feature any characters to care about
George Clooney also stars in the director's follow-up to "Children of Men"
Benson Lee's fictionalization of his superlative documentary opts for storytelling clichés rather than compelling dance sequences