This Julia Roberts movie is much less formulaic than her current film—and it's a refreshing break from other standard summer fare
The actor doesn't like it much when people make fun of him, but he does have few films where he's intentionally funny
The greatest films about rock and roll have long been documentaries, but this movie shows the power of a music biopic
To get your fill of Soviet spy drama, try "Firefox," "Hopscotch," and "Breach"
The film was supposed to be the "Training Day" director's return to form, but audiences were disappointed. Still, it's worth watching.
Revisiting Christopher Nolan's 2006 magician thriller before his much-anticipated new film debuts next week
The New World, a 2005 retelling of the Pocahontas story, is one example of an America-centric film that eschews the cliches of summer blockbusters
This Iraq-war film didn't find an audience when it came out in the theaters, but it's worth viewing for Matt Damon's impressive performance
This post-apocalyptic movie was panned by critics when it came out—but it's more thoughtful than you might expect
The Scorsese/DiCaprio team-up did very well at the box office when it came out this winter. What happens when you watch it again?
This movie, starring Benicio Del Toro and Anthony Hopkins, is particularly enjoyable when you consider how difficult it was to get made in the first place
Before he took the helm of this weekend's blockbuster, Mike Newell did smaller, more thoughtful films. Rent one this weekend.
This engrossing French film is one of many excellent movies out on video this week—but it's the one most worth watching
"North Face" follows two boyhood friends as they try to scale Eiger for a 1936 competition
Jafar Panahi's "Crimson Gold" highlights the injustices of life in Iran—and helps explain why his government fears him
The film stars Liam Neeson and James Nesbitt and focuses on one man's quest for revenge in 1970s Ireland
Critics and audiences trashed this movie when it came out. Still, it's worth watching—if only to point out its flaws.
This film, a 2007 entry in the Cannes Film Festival, is a war movie that feels at times like it was made by the quirky director
Andrew Bujalski's most recent film is more coherent and thoughtful than other movies in the same genre
While one critic calls his career "lazy," the former 007 delivers a subtle and distinct performance in 'Married Life'.