Jessica Chastain plays Her and James McAvoy plays Him, and together they're Them in intriguing head-scratcher.
Cultures clash in this Bollywood remake.
Of all the dystopian teen fables, this one based on James Dashner’s popular novel is one of the best.
Israel Horovitz directs Kevin Kline, Maggie Smith, and Kristin Scott Thomas in this disappointing film adaptation of his play.
When he rockets to sudden fame, a songwriter is tempted by the perks of fame.
Awfully likeable ensemble comedy.
Kevin Smith and his actors are fully invested in the sheer madness of this story.
Liam Neeson has taken to shooting at bad guys again in this slow-burning Matthew Scudder mystery.
This science-fiction romp from director Terry Gilliam explores a demented and surreal technological future.
There are things in the catacombs beneath Paris that should remain underground.
With Boyhood, filmmaker Richard Linklater paints his masterpiece.
Mexico's most beloved comedy film star gets the biopic treatment.
Jon Favreau and a bunch of ready collaborators find the heart in this story about a chef who rediscovers what's important when he turns to a food truck.
Apes and humans: Why can't everyone just get along?
Wholesome family franchise doesn't rock the boat.
Based on a Dennis Lehane story, this disappointing crime drama costars James Gandolfini in his last role.
A trio of suburban kids befriend an alien entity in this Spielberg-influenced family film.
The sci-fi is a bit fuzzy – and the alien beasties are anything but – in this Tom Cruise action onslaught.
As action stars of yesteryear and tomorrow pop in and out, they demonstrate what expendable really means.
Forget it, Jake; it's Sin City.
This movie based on a Newbery Award-winning novel presents teens in a dystopic society that's a manmade invention born of good intentions.
These monsters have more audience appeal than their human co-stars – which is good and bad.
These lesser-known, misfit, comic-book characters are a grand addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Director Brett Ratner puts Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson through his paces as the Greek demigod.
You'll want a dragon of your own after seeing this animated sequel that surpasses the original.
This Helen Mirren film feasts on wisecracking one-liners, sunny aphorisms, pretty landscapes, and tasty-looking food.
A mixture of hollow heartache and honest feelings mark this teen drama that stars Chloë Grace Moretz as a cello prodigy caught in medical limbo between life and death.
The tornado may be bad, but the movie is not.
This buddy comedy travels all the way to Reykjavik – but does it actually go anywhere?
Friends pose as cops are are mistaken for the real thing; episodic hijinks ensue.
Heartfelt, seriocomic romance about two longtime partners who wed after 40 years, then discover all is not bliss.
Scarlett Johansson goes totally badass in this far-fetched but riveting Luc Besson action film.
Though he's been on a roll with his last few films, Woody Allen breaks his streak with this threadbare offering.
Angelina Jolie stars in this Disney tale that promises to be a visual stunner.
Hindi biopic about the legendary boxer.
This post-9/11 espionage thriller is adapted from John Le Carré’s 2008 novel and stars Philip Seymour Hoffman at the head of a top-notch cast.
Idris Elba plays a home invader hell-bent on terrorizing Taraji P. Henson’s suburban mom.
Pierce Brosnan stars in this spy thriller that's decently made, but lacks the sizzle of a 007 or Jason Bourne.
Back after last year's Purge struck such a unlikely chord, this story about an annual eruption of violence returns in stronger form.
The überviolent 1987 action film gets a pointless reboot.
Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel have escapades while trying to retrieve their sexcapade.
The dance competition continues – but this time in Vegas.
Melissa McCarthy burns through a lot of goodwill in this limp, confused comedy cowritten with her husband, Ben Falcone.
The slang-slinging, sewer-dwelling, pizza-loving lot are back.
Optimus Prime finds a new pal in franchise addition Mark Wahlberg.
Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon continues their journeys as a couple of guys attached at the funny bone.
It's all teamwork to the impediment of characterization in this sports drama based the 151-game winning streak of high school football coach Bob Ladouceur.