'True Romance' marked the high point of the director's impressive but uneven career.
Craig Zobel's thriller, based on a real incident, explores the dark side of the human impulse to obey.
The franchise isn't fresh, but a sharp script and cast keep the fourth thriller thrilling enough.
Colin Farrell can't save the remake of the 1990 Schwarzenegger vehicle.
The 'Little Miss Sunshine' directors deliver a high-concept love story that only occasionally falters.
The second half of Chrisopher Nolan's final Batman movie can't quite deliver on the promise of the first.
'Continental Drift' left me numb. My children, though, had stronger feelings.
It turns out that even a profoundly unnecessary movie can be pretty darn good.
Has Woody Allen's movie-a-year schedule used up his cinematic gifts?
Pixar's latest is good by any standard but its own.
The many supporting stars twinkle, but the leads are a black hole.
Ridley Scott's 'Alien' prequel is long on visuals but short on logic.
Wes Anderson's latest film is his best since 'Rushmore'
The debut feature of director Rupert Sanders displays an eye for the spectacular.
The new movie is better than the second installment, with standout performances by Josh Brolin (as a young Agent K) and Jemaine Clement.
And that may be the biggest disappointment of all.
By forsaking mockumentary for his first scripted comedy, Sacha Baron Cohen limits both risk and reward.
Johnny Depp and Tim Burton, as you've more or less seen them before
Joss Whedon's superhero extravaganza is among the best big-budget entertainments in years.