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The Expendables 3

As action stars of yesteryear and tomorrow pop in and out, they demonstrate what expendable really means.

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, Aug. 14, 2014

The Giver

This movie based on a Newbery Award-winning novel presents teens in a dystopic society that's a manmade invention born of good intentions.

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, Aug. 14, 2014

Septic Man

This Canadian horror film wades through a cesspool of human waste and challenges our gag reflexes.

Steve Davis, Review, Aug. 14, 2014

Mood Indigo

Michel Gondry's latest presents us with an elaborate yet handmade artifice that's thoroughly charming until its color drains away.

Kimberley Jones, Review, Aug. 14, 2014

Step Up: All In

The dance competition continues – but this time in Vegas.

Kimberley Jones, Review, Aug. 14, 2014

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

The slang-slinging, sewer-dwelling, pizza-loving lot are back.

William Goss, Review, Aug. 14, 2014

The Hundred-Foot Journey

This Helen Mirren film feasts on wisecracking one-liners, sunny aphorisms, pretty landscapes, and tasty-looking food.

Kimberley Jones, Review, Aug. 7, 2014

Into the Storm

The tornado may be bad, but the movie is not.

Louis Black, Review, Aug. 7, 2014

Magic in the Moonlight

Though he's been on a roll with his last few films, Woody Allen breaks his streak with this threadbare offering.

Josh Kupecki, Review, Aug. 7, 2014

Deepsea Challenge 3D

James Cameron throws himself overboard to explore the ocean deeps.

William Goss, Review, Aug. 7, 2014


Director Brett Ratner puts Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson through his paces as the Greek demigod.

William Goss, Review, Jul. 31, 2014

Get on Up

As James Brown, Chadwick Boseman captures the performer's voice, moves, sweat, and swagger, but this biopic, as a whole, needs a stronger compass.

William Goss, Review, Jul. 31, 2014

The Fluffy Movie

Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias performs in this comedy concert film.

Louis Black, Review, Jul. 31, 2014

Guardians of the Galaxy

These lesser-known, misfit, comic-book characters are a grand addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Kimberley Jones, Review, Jul. 31, 2014

Code Black

Shot by a filmmaker/physician over the years of his residency, this doc about ER medicine is immersive and eye-opening.

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, Jul. 31, 2014

Wish I Was Here

Zach Braff explores life in one's late 30s: troubles with unruly kids, ailing parents, and creative aspirations complicated by financial realities.

Kimberley Jones, Review, Jul. 24, 2014

Sex Tape

Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel have escapades while trying to retrieve their sexcapade.

Josh Kupecki, Review, Jul. 24, 2014

And So It Goes

Diane Keaton and Michael Douglas are ill-served by director by Rob Reiner in this odd-couple romance.

Steve Davis, Review, Jul. 24, 2014

I Origins

The director of 2011's Another Earth is back with a another appealing yet fuzzy story about rift between empiricism and spiritualism.

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, Jul. 24, 2014


Scarlett Johansson goes totally badass in this far-fetched but riveting Luc Besson action film.

Louis Black, Review, Jul. 24, 2014


In this Christian-based thriller with a better-than-average cast, an evangelist is framed for murder by the government.

Louis Black, Review, Jul. 24, 2014

A Most Wanted Man

This post-9/11 espionage thriller is adapted from John Le Carré’s 2008 novel and stars Philip Seymour Hoffman at the head of a top-notch cast.

Kimberley Jones, Review, Jul. 24, 2014


With Boyhood, filmmaker Richard Linklater paints his masterpiece.

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, Jul. 17, 2014

Le Chef

How many French chefs are too many for one kitchen?

Josh Kupecki, Review, Jul. 17, 2014

Planes: Fire & Rescue

In this Disney follow-up, Dusty, the animated cropduster, still flies around like crazy, while learning to work in a group and be less of a showboat.

Louis Black, Review, Jul. 17, 2014

The Purge: Anarchy

Back after last year's Purge struck such a unlikely chord, this story about an annual eruption of violence returns in stronger form.

William Goss, Review, Jul. 17, 2014

Deliver Us From Evil

A police officer and a priest team battle supernatural forces in this horror thriller from the director of Sinister.

Steve Davis, Review, Jul. 10, 2014


What seems at first a normal dinner party, slyly turns into an eerie and ominous Something Else.

William Goss, Review, Jul. 10, 2014

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

Apes and humans: Why can't everyone just get along?

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, Jul. 10, 2014

Life Itself

The life of Roger Ebert is celebrated in this documentary by the director of Hoop Dreams.

Louis Black, Review, Jul. 10, 2014

The Grand Seduction

In this Canadian comedy, a down-on-its-luck fishing village spruces up to try to lure a big-city doctor to town.

Josh Kupecki, Review, Jul. 3, 2014

America: Imagine the World Without Her

Another book by conservative political commentator Dinesh D'Souza gets the documentary treatment.

Louis Black, Review, Jul. 3, 2014

Third Person

Globe-trotting multistory meditation on love, betrayal, and lost/found children from the director of Crash.

Josh Kupecki, Review, Jul. 3, 2014


Melissa McCarthy burns through a lot of goodwill in this limp, confused comedy cowritten with her husband, Ben Falcone.

Kimberley Jones, Review, Jul. 3, 2014

Transformers: Age of Extinction

Optimus Prime finds a new pal in franchise addition Mark Wahlberg.

William Goss, Review, Jul. 3, 2014

Earth to Echo

A trio of suburban kids befriend an alien entity in this Spielberg-influenced family film.

William Goss, Review, Jul. 3, 2014

Begin Again

Agreeably phony movie focuses on a pair of unlikely partners drawn together by the promise of making music.

William Goss, Review, Jul. 3, 2014

Nothing Bad Can Happen

The title is grimly ironic: In fact, a whole lot of bad things happen in this German horror film.

William Goss, Review, Jun. 26, 2014


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.

Kimberley Jones, Review, Jun. 26, 2014


Austin filmmaker Kat Candler explores the sins of the father in this dark drama starring Aaron Paul.

Steve Davis, Review, Jun. 26, 2014

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