Nic Cage and David Gordon Green are at the top of their games in this Larry Brown story, while young Tye Sheridan is an actor who's already achieved greatness.
This Hindi ghost returns in a sequel to settle some scores on Earth.
A comely British exchange student in upstate New York upsets a cozy family dynamic.
Baseball season arrives with Kevin Costner playing a football GM. Blasphemy!
Greg Kinnear plays a dad who believes his son's claim to have seen heaven.
A dark force lurks in the looking glass in this paranormal outing that's a notch above, but barely.
In this documentary, six scientists seek the mysteries of the universe through the launch of the Large Hadron Collider.
Telugu romantic action drama.
This breathtaker is a relentless wall of action filmmaking that sets a new, bloody standard.
The animated blue macaw family takes a trip back to the Amazon.
Sexual perversity is released with gleeful abandon in this second film outing for Mamet's 40-year-old play.
Jason Bateman plays a grown man who finds a loophole to compete in a kids national spelling bee, but the reasons are only known to him.
Marvel Entertainment continues to pave the road for its forthcoming Avengers epic with another origin story for another superhero.
One of the better offerings from Marvel’s growing multimedia omniverse, this film gives fans plenty to chew on.
The United Farm Workers leader and civil rights activist who managed to get housewives to stop buying grapes is the subject of this biopic.
This grisly, dark comedy is last year's winner of Fantastic Fest's Midnighters Audience Award.
Matthew McConaughey gives a searing performance in this true-life story set in the early years of the AIDS epidemic.
Yet another dystopic YA book series gets translated to film – and one that resembles thebestseller: engrossing yet flimsy.
The team from A Town Called Panic returns with another animated charmer – this time a tale about interspecies friendship and dentistry.
The Kentucky Derby-winning horse Mine That Bird sprints to glory in this equine biopic.
This animated film mines Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tales for material, discards the most brutish bits, and applies a heavy Disney top gloss.
A college kid faces flunking out if he can't prove to his classmates and atheist professor that God exists.
Wes Anderson's film is a marvelous spectacle: spry, sly, and rich with microdetailed production design and tickling tributes to cinematic forebearers.
Sandra Bullock is lost in space – alone with the beauty, terror, and the laws of gravity.
Marlon Wayans spoofs Paranormal Activity.
The latest from the Coen Brothers nails the Sixties folk-music scene, and delivers another of their memorably flawed heroes.
A long-married couple amusingly dance toward the kind of despair borne from overfamiliarity.
Let's face it: We're putty in these things' hands.
This off-Bollywood charmer is a light-hearted drama about two lonely souls who forge a friendship when they start passing written notes.
George Clooney's star-studded account of the Allied rescue of the stolen art treasures of WW2 has many great scenes but no center.
The genius dog and his adopted human son return for these animated adventures in time travel.
This re-energized franchise has found its second wind: The Muppets' eighth movie proves that eight is not enough.
Somewhat fast but seldom furious, this is an adrenaline junkie’s wet dream that stars Aaron Paul.
Partly allegorical, partly spectacular, and wholly sincere, Darren Aronofsky gives us another memorable movie about a driven individual.
Liam Neeson plays a flawed lawman once again, this time tasked with finding the terrorist on a plane.
Everyone's a rat, more or less, in this animated film.
Lars von Trier's latest provocation is more meditation than outright flagellation.
Second verse, not as good as the first.
A gladiator slave must rescue his secret love before Vesuvius erupts.
Ice Cube and Kevin Hart partner up in this rote buddy-cop action comedy that's instantly forgettable.
The überviolent 1987 action film gets a pointless reboot.
Ugly and mean-spirited, this Schwarsenegger action film starts off badly, and gets dumber as it progresses.
This biopic is strictly for easily-entertained believers.
Kevin Costner stars in this snappy but contrived mix of international espionage and paternal redemption.
Better than the first movie, this sequel is a more deserving Aegean “epic.”
Vermeer must have painted by using a camera obscura and Tim Jenison spends four years proving the method in this fascinating documentary by Penn & Teller.
Brutal yet elegant, Steve McQueen's latest is a beautifully rendered punch to the gut about the most shameful chapter in American history.
Tyler Perry makes a comedy about single mothers who don't get enough credit.