Director Babak Najafi delivers more of the same but will satisfy action fans.
Tina Fey stars in this decent but slightly underwhelming film about an American journalist dropped into the Afghan War.
This new Disney movie wants to say something about racism, but is undercut by sloppy metaphors at every turn.
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The director retreads his own old territory in an attempt to maintain relevance with his well-made but underwhelming eighth film.
Jen Potluri gives an overview of the well-lauded actor’s rise and major roles.
Rickety stop-motion puppetry reveals a pulsating, human heart.
What could have been the next ‘Step Brothers’ turned into a forgettable version of ‘The Other Guys.’
A filmmaking masterpiece, director Todd Haynes’ latest work arrests the viewer with visual splendor and waves of emotion.
Not even the Miracle Mop could tidy up this trash.
Director J.J. Abrams reinvigorates the ‘Star Wars’ series in a captivating return to a galaxy far, far away.
More than just a “Rocky” spin-off, the boxing movie has style that floats like a butterfly and emotional impact that stings like a bee.
The film, which author Emma Donoghue adapted from her own novel, presents a narrative that compels despite flaws in its execution.
The period drama, which features a compelling lead performance from Saoirse Ronan, affectingly interweaves themes of love, loss and identity.
This Seth Rogen-led bro-fest has the usual antics, but it also might be one of his most mature works.
The film shines a light on the investigative reporting into a sexual abuse scandal within the Boston archdiocese.
The film makes up for the mistakes of its predecessor and delivers a satisfying conclusion to “The Hunger Games” series.
The new Bond movie has zero investment in its own story.
Director Cary Joji Fukunaga’s latest is a harrowing and soulful tale about war drama that doesn’t always stick the landing.