Wes Anderson's film is a marvelous spectacle: spry, sly, and rich with microdetailed production design and tickling tributes to cinematic forebearers.
Bollywood romantic comedy.
Somewhat fast but seldom furious, this is an adrenaline junkie’s wet dream that stars Aaron Paul.
Tyler Perry makes a comedy about single mothers who don't get enough credit.
Although this isn't a reinvention of the wheel, the beloved TV show gets a spirited spin in this feature.
Sexual perversity is released with gleeful abandon in this second film outing for Mamet's 40-year-old play.
It's all about the hair, the performances, and the grift and graft in this unpredictable new offering from David O. Russell.
Ron Burgundy is back – and the legend continues, at least in his own mind.
Plates are broken and egos are trampled on in this wonderful ensemble rendition of Tracy Letts' Pulitzer Prize-winning play.
Matthew McConaughey gives a searing performance in this true-life story set in the early years of the AIDS epidemic.
New era, same old story: young passions, forbidden love, and parents who just don't understand.
This animated film mines Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tales for material, discards the most brutish bits, and applies a heavy Disney top gloss.
Elijah Wood and John Cusack play cat and mouse in this concert-stage suspense dazzler.
Sandra Bullock is lost in space – alone with the beauty, terror, and the laws of gravity.
In the near future, Theodore upgrades his operating system and subsequently falls in love; Spike Jonze conceives the romance, Joaquin Phoenix and Scarlet Johansson sell it.
Superior in nearly all ways to its predecessor, this second film in the prequel to The Lord of the Rings trilogy is a welcome surprise.
Second verse, much the same as the first: The Games may have changed but Katniss Everdeen is still our favorite pawn.
In something of a prequel, this is Jack Ryan's origin story – before Tom Clancy got his hooks in him.
An escaped convict finds a family of sorts in this new drama by Jason Reitman.
Kellan Lutz muscles his way into classical mythology.
Let's face it: We're putty in these things' hands.
A SEAL team mission in Afghanistan goes very wrong in this intense combat film with a bang-up cast.
Idris Elba is spellbinding in this biopic that reveres the man but slights the movement.
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.
Woody is a man of few words who might not be all there, but Bruce Dern is all there and that's more than good enough for us.
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.
Judi Dench and Steve Coogan star in this drama about the search for a woman's son who was taken from her when he was a toddler.
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.
Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson star in this story about how Walt Disney convinced the prickly author of Mary Poppins to sell her creation to Hollywood.
This story of a milquetoast with a wild imagination stars Ben Stiller and is as pretty as it is busy. Opens 12/25.
This biopic is strictly for easily-entertained believers.
Former High School Musical heartthrob Zac Efron stars in this dude-centric romantic comedy.
The Marvel cinematic universe opens its gates once again, and The Dark World does not disappoint.
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.”
Brutal yet elegant, Steve McQueen's latest is a beautifully rendered punch to the gut about the most shameful chapter in American history.
The swan song of master animator Hayao Miyazaki appeals to the head and heart.
Martin Scorsese's latest take on the American hoodlum is a relentlessly wild ride.