The Star Trek reboot may be overly familiar, but it's still a hell of a lot of fun.
This family drama puts a human face on corporate agribusiness.
This prize-winning indie debut follows two wannabe graffiti artists on one long night.
Michael Shannon stars as a contract killer with a double life.
A pleasurably heady thriller from French auteur François Ozon.
South Korea's Kim Ki-duk makes his most commercial film yet, but it's still full of queasy-making moments.
Tina Fey and Paul Rudd go rom-drahm, while Lily Tomlin runs circles around everyone.
Colin Firth and Emily Blunt star in this road picture about two people who try to escape their identities but fall in love and learn to accept their responsibilities.
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.
Halle Berry plays a 911 phone operator who takes a call in which everything's on the line.
Members of the Weather Underground resurface in this contemporary thriller directed by Robert Redford.
Animated cave dwellers are stealth charmers.
This mawkish, preachy picture about technophobia has already dated itself.
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.
A young, Latina hip-hop artist gets a shot at a record contract only if she is willing to compromise her ideals.
Jackie Robinson's story is told as a socially conscious moral tale about the malevolence of segregation.
This latest film from the Japanese animation house Studio Ghibli is dubbed into English.
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.
Andrew Niccol writes and directs this romantic, science-fiction thriller that's based on a novel by Stephenie Meyer.
Melissa McCarthy is a comic storm system to Jason Bateman's straight man in this latest variation on the road trip from hell.
It's more of the same, but the same is pretty good.
Despite a terrific cast, intelligent direction, and state-of-the-art special effects, this fairy tale's gigantic shoes remain unfilled.
It's every species for themselves in this Spielberg dinosaur blockbuster now out in 3-D.
With his fifth horror feature, writer/director Rob Zombie proves he's a unique visionary in a repetitive cinematic genre.
Hypermasculine yet soulfully romantic, this coming of age story with thriller elements stars Matthew McConaughey.
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.
One of the dirty secrets of modern American filmmaking is what a skilled director Michael Bay really is.
A melodrama, multigenerational epic, heist film, and motorcycle-fetish movie are all rolled into one in this Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper headliner.
Renoir is great at capturing an Impressionist atmosphere on film but this story about the family relations is dramatically inert.
This parodic auto-mash-up of Paranormal Activity, Black Swan, The Evil Dead, and more is even worse than you think.
Jagged turns and sinuous style are the mark of Steven Soderbergh's taut drama, which stars the very well-cast Rooney Mara and Jude Law.
David O. Russell finds finds another family in distress; Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence kept it consistently fun.
A socially conscious action adventure that stars Dwayne Johnson, Snitch is an indictment of our federal minimum-punishment guidelines for drug offenses.
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 likable comedy is equal parts silly and sweet.
Perry's melodrama centers an ambitious, married woman's dalliance with a handsome billionaire.