With Shakespearean language tripping off their contemporary tongues, the actors are more than game for Joss Whedon's informal, black-and-white take on this classic comedy.
Sofia Coppola relates this true-life crime story about Hollywood teens who boosted things from celebrities' homes so they could walk a mile in their Louboutons.
This sequel is a prequel about the school days of the future Monsters, Inc. employees, Sulley and Mike.
Bringing a fresh voice to an old controversy, this documentary argues that nuclear power is the true green energy.
This bio-disaster movie with zombies and Brad Pitt is smart and ambitious, even if it doesn't break the mold.
Often gorgeous, sometimes fascinating, this Smith-family outing is ultimately unwieldy and unsurprising.
This third European outing with Celine and Jesse is a grand accomplishment.
In this wedding comedy, a bridegroom’s bitterly divorced parents (De Niro and Keaton) must pretend they’re still married to appease his Catholic birth mother.
Animated cave dwellers are stealth charmers.
This third film in the tween series is funny without being in any way condescending to its target audience.
This crypto-thriller that explores moral grounds before turning gauzy is the latest film from Sound of My Voice's Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij.
This imaginative 3-D animated fantasy takes place in a forest world.
In this 3-D animated movie, a famous astronaut from another planet becomes trapped on Earth – aka the Dark Planet. Interplanetary shenanigans ensue.
Fans of the original horror trilogy have nothing to fear from this gory new reworking.
The curiously addictive fast-cars franchise is still committed to excess.
Jackie Robinson's story is told as a socially conscious moral tale about the malevolence of segregation.
There's a tour de force performance by Greta Gerwig and no small amount of magic in this winning movie by Noah Baumbach about a generation in flux.
This overflowing action stew is loaded to the brim with half-formed ideas, action stereotypes, and hints of characters.
A great American novel does not always a great movie make, but Baz Lurhmann, a director of delirious excess, certainly seems an apt fit for the Roaring Twenties.
The hard-R comedy trilogy concludes with more mortal peril and questionable taste.
Once Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson joined forces to crash weddings; in their new comedy, the duo crashes Google as older-than-average interns.
It's more of the same, but the same is pretty good.
It's every species for themselves in this Spielberg dinosaur blockbuster now out in 3-D.
This Sundance favorite is a perfect yet offbeat summer movie about teens who ditch their families and try to live like men in a ground-level treehouse in the woods.
Real-life adventurer Thor Heyerdahl's 1947 trip across the Pacific on a raft is re-created in this beautifully lensed film.
Danish Oscar-winner Susanne Bier lightens her tone with this grown-up romantic comedy that stars Pierce Brosnan.
This new Superman flies without a lot of emotional baggage, which is mostly a good thing though the character could stand a bit more dramatic heft.
Salman Rushdie wrote the screenplay for this film, which is based on his Booker Prize-winning novel about the children who were born at the exact hour of India's independence in 1947.
Hypermasculine yet soulfully romantic, this coming of age story with thriller elements stars Matthew McConaughey.
This magicians' caper film has a good cast but very little else hidden up its sleeve.
Tom Cruise stars in this science-fiction outing that favors style over substance.
It''s Die Hard at the White House as a lone man battles the terrorists who take the building with diabolical force.
Neither a besmirching nor a instant classic, this sometimes clunky prequel in which James Franco plays the Wizard when he was a mere, young huckster also has Sam Raimi's ravishing visuals.
The actors deserve credit for the professionalism they bring to this family comedy stinker.
Ethan Hawke and Lena Headey star in this suspenseful horror film that's set in the near future and poses dark possibilities and even darker lighting.
This parodic auto-mash-up of Paranormal Activity, Black Swan, The Evil Dead, and more is even worse than you think.
The Star Trek reboot may be overly familiar, but it's still a hell of a lot of fun.
Canadian filmmaker and actress Sarah Polley goes looking for her biological father and comes homes with a wise and poetic documentary about the nature of truth.
Be mindful when partying at James Franco's house: You could get stuck there for the apocalypse with Seth Rogen and Co.
The process used by Austin choreographer Allison Orr to create this dance piece for garbage trucks and sanitation workers is revealed in this fascinating documentary record.
This Bollywood film is a coming-of-age romantic comedy about friends viewed over a number of years.