The ‘50 Shades’ series continues with quite the sensual sequel.
In the heart of 70’s Californian nostalgia, here is a coming-of-age story during the peak of experimental counterculture.
Washington and Davis tell the story of the invisible man in one of America’s greatest modern plays.
Film makes its mark as a beautiful portrayal of one woman’s commitment to focus on the future.
In a moving performance, “Jackie” takes us into Mrs. Kennedy’s mind during some of America’s darkest days.
Viewers can both fear and rejoice over director John Waters’ landmark exploitation film.
Writer/director Noah Baumbach poses thought-provoking questions about the significance of truth in life and storytelling.
A step down for both Isaac and Gleeson
The lastest installment in the series exceeds reasonable expectations.
Adam Scott’s role does nothing to make the film humorous or enjoyable.
“Jupiter” is so atrocious, the Wachowskis siblings should just stop making movies now, says Eli Fine.
Matthew Vaughn’s latest masterfully balances well-timed comedy with high-stakes action.
Adapted from the Jason Robert Brown musical, the film presents a superficial but affecting tale of broken romance.
Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain deliver tense, engaging performances in this atmospheric crime drama.
The new Alan Turing biopic can’t transcend genre’s pitfalls.
With a sharply focused narrative and strong performances from its lead actors, the film is best experienced up close.
Christopher Nolan’s latest has a beating heart beneath the spectacle.
Keanu Reeves delivers in full in a thrill ride worth its recent positive attention.
Gyllenhaal flawlessly plays a sociopath let loose in the despicable world of crime journalism.
Ned Benson’s directorial debut features a deeply affecting, thoughtfully crafted narrative.