The life of Roger Ebert is celebrated in this documentary by the director of Hoop Dreams.
What seems at first a normal dinner party, slyly turns into an eerie and ominous Something Else.
Apes and humans: Why can't everyone just get along?
Malayalam dramatic thriller.
Bollywood romantic comedy.
In this French film, Jean Reno plays a top chef, who is being forced to serve trendy molecular gastronomy.
More proves to be less for Spidey this time out.
Another book by conservative political commentator Dinesh D'Souza gets the documentary treatment.
Agreeably phony movie focuses on a pair of unlikely partners drawn together by the promise of making music.
Inspired by a 1779 painting of two real-life cousins – one black, one white – Belle gives a fictionalized account of their lives.
America's favorite screen couple, Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, mosey through another rom-com.
One of the better offerings from Marvel’s growing multimedia omniverse, this film gives fans plenty to chew on.
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.
A police officer and a priest team battle supernatural forces in this horror thriller from the director of Sinister.
Yet another dystopic YA book series gets translated to film – and one that resembles thebestseller: engrossing yet flimsy.
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.
The film does justice to the popular novel in this judicious teen tearjerker.
These monsters have more audience appeal than their human co-stars – which is good and bad.
Wes Anderson's film is a marvelous spectacle: spry, sly, and rich with microdetailed production design and tickling tributes to cinematic forebearers.
In this Canadian comedy, a down-on-its-luck fishing village spruces up to try to lure a big-city doctor to town.
Greg Kinnear plays a dad who believes his son's claim to have seen heaven.
You'll want a dragon of your own after seeing this animated sequel that surpasses the original.
Concisely but with great depth, this Polish film explores questions of individual and national identity.
Even though Clint Eastwood guides this Broadway hit to film, there’s not much new in this rise-and-fall, music-biz story.
In this visually enticing sequel, the panda voiced by Jack Black is tasked with finding inner peace.
Let's face it: We're putty in these things' hands.
The third installment of this animated series gets the job done as the animals take protective cover in a traveling circus.
Angelina Jolie stars in this Disney tale that promises to be a visual stunner.
Jon Hamm stars in this story of a sports agent who hits on the idea of turning Indian cricket bowlers into talented baseball stars.
Seth MacFarlane furthers his Hollywood onslaught with this Western spoof in which he's no longer strictly a voice talent but is now playing the onscreen lead.
Lively performances from Seth Rogen and others brighten an otherwise perfunctory revenge comedy.
Jenny Slate stars as a standup comic in this indie film about abortion that comes snuggled in the broad strokes of a quirky comedy.
In this hypnotic love story, Jim Jarmusch gives us vampires who are bohemian outsiders and not blood-sucking freaks.
Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann, and Kate Upton play gals who team together to ruin the mutual philanderer in their lives.
The animated blue macaw family takes a trip back to the Amazon.
The überviolent 1987 action film gets a pointless reboot.
This English-language debut from acclaimed South Korean filmmaker Bong Joon-ho is a riveting sci-fi action film entirely set on a speeding train.
Melissa McCarthy burns through a lot of goodwill in this limp, confused comedy cowritten with her husband, Ben Falcone.
Whatever happens in Vegas will happen in just about every movie set in Vegas.
Globe-trotting multistory meditation on love, betrayal, and lost/found children from the director of Crash.
Optimus Prime finds a new pal in franchise addition Mark Wahlberg.
A snail wants to race in the Indy 500 in this new animated comedy.
Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill again go undercover in this frequently delightful mess.
Diverting but rarely riveting, this latest offering from the Marvel Universe kicks the can down the road some more.