Mike Leigh delivers a fascinating, period-rich portrait of the latter years of the painter J.M.W. Turner.
Five Oscar nominees, plus some extra treats.
Program A consists of the two longest doc shorts, and they’re among the best of the batch.
The collected films in Program B examine suffering from different angles
This live-action group is unified by a general desire to tug at the heartstrings.
The self-serving sub-prime mortgage boom of 2007 proves seductive to a fading collegiate ballplayer.
Cross-cultural love between a U.S. soldier and an Iraqi girl flourishes in the Big Apple.
Kevin Costner and Octavia Spencer play guardians who fight over the custody of their granddaughter.
This undersea actioner stars Jude Law as a submarine captain leading a team of Brits and Russians in the recovery of a sunken fortune.
Hindi movie about the life of scientist Shivkar Bapuji Talpade.
Five married men share a penthouse loft in which an unidentified woman turns up dead.
Telugu drama about corruption in a police department.
Teens discover plans for a time machine within found footage, but things go awry when they begin to construct it.
Tamil thriller tells the story of a man from the age of 13 to 38.
This pleasant throwback to the live-action Disney films of yore provides brisk fun for all.
Clint Eastwood and Bradley Cooper tell Chris Kyle's war story.
This Annie is of our time, even if we've grown remote from spunky little girls.
Tyro helmer Jennifer Kent conjures a disturbing spook story about a mother, a son, and an unnerving presence in their house.
An elite counterintelligence task force fights terrorism in India.
Witty charm, lively animation, and a swift pace help this animated superhero story rise a cut above.
A Hollywood star falls to earth with mad, exhilarating results.
Chris Hemsworth stars in Michael Mann's cyber thriller.
Dia de los Muertos provides a colorful and vivid background for this animated film.
Jennifer Lopez stars in this brazenly dumb MILF thriller.
With Boyhood, filmmaker Richard Linklater paints his masterpiece.
In a rare dramatic role, Jennifer Aniston plays a woman grappling with chronic pain, painkiller addiction, and personal tragedy.
Batten down the hatches! The plagues are here!
The performances by Steve Carell, Channing Tatum, and Mark Ruffalo anchor this drama, which nearly sinks from its weightiness.
When a lady vanishes, David Fincher holds the moral compass.
Wes Anderson's film is a marvelous spectacle: spry, sly, and rich with microdetailed production design and tickling tributes to cinematic forebearers.
The concluding chapter of Peter Jackson's Tolkien tales brings us full circle.
Common work-related frustrations erupt into a fitfully funny wish-fulfillment comedy.
Katniss Everdeen goes from Hunger Games victor to emblem of the revolution.
Brilliant World War II codebreaker Alan Turing, whose story is told here, was a pioneering figure in computer science as well as a closeted homosexual.
Highbrow mixes with lowbrow in Paul Thomas Anderson's screen adaptation of Thomas Pynchon's novel.
Majesty and mawkishness combine in Christopher Nolan's film about humans' last-ditch attempt to find a habitable planet in another galaxy.
See how a goofy comedy can spark an international incident.
The Stephen Sondheim/James Lapine musical, a pastiche of classic fairy tales turned on their heads, gets a thoroughly cinematic workout.
This production of Spain presents the perspective of a Devil's Advocate sent to investigate religious claims about the Virgin Mary.
Johnny Depp fails to unleash his inner Peter Sellers in this globetrotting spy comedy.
Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain anchor this simmering drama set in the semi-lawless New York City of 1981.
This well-worn premise still has some life in it.
Jake Gyllenhaal gives a terrifically fierce performance as a tenacious and delusional self-actualizer.
We extend a big bear hug to Paddington.
You can hardly lose with animated penguins … and how about that cameo from Werner Herzog?
Drafthouse Films is distributing this Japanese S&M mindwarp. You could do far worse for midnight-date movie fare.
Although it's dramatically uneven, this film is a commendable historical drama about Martin Luther King Jr. that sidesteps the common pitfalls of adulatory biopics.
This movie about undocumented teens building an attention-grabbing robot stands and delivers.
Bill Murray plays a hard-hearted grouch who warms to his new neighbors – Melissa McCarthy and her young son.
Woodland goblins, elves, and fairies go to war in this animated movie from LucasFilm Animation.
Liam Neeson's back in action.
Based on Jane Hawking's memoir about her marriage to the scientist Stephen Hawking, this film really shows what goes into a relationship.
Chris Rock is on a roll with this funny yet pointed comedy, which he wrote and directed, and also stars in.
The heroic story of Louis Zamperini, who endured harrowing hardships during World War II, is the subject of Angelina Jolie's second movie.
Kevin Hart and Josh Gad crank out this aggressively dumb and un-embarrassingly sophomoric wedding comedy.
A student's desire to become a better drummer comes at the cost of becoming a supplicant to a monstrous teacher.
Reese Witherspoon stars as Cheryl Strayed in this autobiographical trek of expiation.
The eeriness is palpable but the suspense is not.