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Believe Me

In this faith-based comedy, frat boys create a fake charity to pay back tuition bills.

Josh Kupecki, Review, Sep. 25, 2014

The Boxtrolls

The third time isn't the charm for this animated film from the studio that gave us the magical Coraline and ParaNorman.

Marc Savlov, Review, Sep. 25, 2014

The Equalizer

Denzel Washington and Antoine Fuqua deliver the action goods one more time.

Louis Black, Review, Sep. 25, 2014

The Guest

With their follow-up to You're Next, filmmakers Adam Wingard and Simon Barrett prove the new kings of indie horror movies.

Marc Savlov, Review, Sep. 25, 2014

The Skeleton Twins

Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig co-star as siblings in this dramatic workout.

Kimberley Jones, Review, Sep. 25, 2014

The Song

When he rockets to sudden fame, a Christian songwriter is tempted by the perks of fame.

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, Sep. 25, 2014

Take Me to the River

Memphis and Stax Records music artists from an earlier era mentor a younger generation in this ambient documentary.

Steve Davis, Review, Sep. 25, 2014

The Zero Theorem

This science-fiction romp from director Terry Gilliam explores a demented and surreal technological future.

Louis Black, Review, Sep. 18, 2014

The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them

Jessica Chastain plays Her and James McAvoy plays Him, and together they're Them in intriguing head-scratcher.

Kimberley Jones, Review, Sep. 18, 2014

Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt?

Audiences shrug back.

Louis Black, Review, Sep. 18, 2014

The Maze Runner

Of all the dystopian teen fables, this one based on James Dashner’s popular novel is one of the best.

William Goss, Review, Sep. 18, 2014

My Old Lady

Israel Horovitz directs Kevin Kline, Maggie Smith, and Kristin Scott Thomas in this disappointing film adaptation of his play.

Steve Davis, Review, Sep. 18, 2014

No Good Deed

Idris Elba plays a home invader hell-bent on terrorizing Taraji P. Henson’s suburban mom.

Josh Kupecki, Review, Sep. 18, 2014

This Is Where I Leave You

Awfully likeable ensemble comedy.

Kimberley Jones, Review, Sep. 18, 2014


Kevin Smith and his actors are fully invested in the sheer madness of this story.

William Goss, Review, Sep. 18, 2014

A Walk Among the Tombstones

Liam Neeson has taken to shooting at bad guys again in this slow-burning Matthew Scudder mystery.

Marc Savlov, Review, Sep. 18, 2014

Land Ho!

This buddy comedy travels all the way to Reykjavik – but does it actually go anywhere?

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, Sep. 11, 2014

Love Is Strange

Heartfelt, seriocomic romance about two longtime partners who wed after 40 years, then discover all is not bliss.

Marc Savlov, Review, Sep. 11, 2014

God Help the Girl

Belle & Sebastian frontman Stuart Murdoch's first film is a charming movie musical in the key of Mod.

Kimberley Jones, Review, Sep. 11, 2014

Dolphin Tale 2

Wholesome family franchise doesn't rock the boat.

William Goss, Review, Sep. 11, 2014

The Drop

Based on a Dennis Lehane story, this disappointing crime drama costars James Gandolfini in his last role.

Marc Savlov, Review, Sep. 11, 2014


Mexico's most beloved comedy film star gets the biopic treatment.

Louis Black, Review, Sep. 4, 2014


Arthouse comedy amuses yet disappoints.

Kimberley Jones, Review, Sep. 4, 2014

The Identical

The fabricated ghost of Elvis Presley's twin brother hangs over this complete muddle.

William Goss, Review, Sep. 4, 2014


This story about a damaged, young woman mired in the mundanities of boarding-school life is utterly bloodless.

Marc Savlov, Review, Sep. 4, 2014

The Last of Robin Hood

Kevin Kline is Errol Flynn in this confused story of his late-life affair with 15-year-old Beverly Aadland.

Louis Black, Review, Sep. 4, 2014

The One I Love

Mark Duplass and Elizabeth Moss shine in this rom-com-dram with a twist.

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, Sep. 4, 2014

A Summer's Tale

Eric Rohmer's 1996 film gets its first Stateside release – and the wait was worth it.

Josh Kupecki, Review, Sep. 4, 2014

Venus in Fur

The play’s the thing in Roman Polanski's erotic screen version of the Tony Award-winner.

Steve Davis, Review, Sep. 4, 2014

No No: A Dockumentary

Famous for pitching a no-hitter while high on acid, Dock Ellis the man was so much more.

Kimberley Jones, Review, Sep. 4, 2014

As Above/So Below

There are things in the catacombs beneath Paris that should remain underground.

William Goss, Review, Sep. 4, 2014

The Trip to Italy

Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon continues their journeys as a couple of guys attached at the funny bone.

Steve Davis, Review, Aug. 28, 2014

The Congress

This live-action/animated hybrid starring Robin Wright is total stoner bait.

Kimberley Jones, Review, Aug. 28, 2014

A Five Star Life

What's not to love about a career as a secret inspector of luxury hotels? Turns out, plenty.

Louis Black, Review, Aug. 28, 2014

The November Man

Pierce Brosnan stars in this spy thriller that's decently made, but lacks the sizzle of a 007 or Jason Bourne.

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, Aug. 28, 2014

Frank Miller's Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

Forget it, Jake; it's Sin City.

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, Aug. 21, 2014

The Dog

Dog Day Afternoon is a film about a wildly true bank robbery; as conveyed by John Wojtowicz in this doc, the story gets even nuttier when told from the horse's mouth.

Steve Davis, Review, Aug. 21, 2014

If I Stay

A mixture of hollow heartache and honest feelings mark this teen drama that stars Chloë Grace Moretz as a cello prodigy caught in medical limbo between life and death.

William Goss, Review, Aug. 21, 2014

Rich Hill

The turbulent lives of three boys living in an impoverished Midwestern town are observed through the camera's gentle lens.

Josh Kupecki, Review, Aug. 21, 2014

When the Game Stands Tall

It's all teamwork to the impediment of characterization in this sports drama based the 151-game winning streak of high school football coach Bob Ladouceur.

Kimberley Jones, Review, Aug. 21, 2014

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