Daniel Day-Lewis mesmerizes as the Great Emancipator in Steven Spielberg's political portrait.
Despite a sharp conceit, the new Disney feature gets lost in its own plot twists.
In an extraordinary performance, John Hawkes takes us inside the mind of a disabled man attempting to lose his virginity.
A hokey, unfaithful, and yet surprisingly watchable adaptation of David Mitchell's nove
Despite a strong central performance by Mary Elizabeth Winstead, the Sundance favorite can't escape its message-movie feel.
'Moonrise Kingdom,' out this week on DVD, plays on Wes Anderson's continuing fascination with the dissonance between children and adults.
The latest film by the writer-director of 'In Bruges' may be the sharpest subversion of the crime genre since 'Pulp Fiction.'
Tim Burton's latest is his best in nearly two decades.
Adam Shankman's rock-musical farce could have worked if its younger stars had been in on the joke.
How could a movie that looked so good have been so bad?
The answer provided by the indie shocker is a resounding "maybe."
Tim Burton's version of the camp soap opera classic—out today on video—is one remake too many.
Director Rian Johnson's latest, starring Bruce Willis and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, is a sci-fi thriller with surprising heart.
Joss's Whedon superhero smash, out today on DVD, is a big movie made up of small, delightful moments.
Paul Thomas Anderson's latest may lack intensity, but it is the fluid, evocative work of a filmmaker in his prime.
The legacy of the NFL Films president, who died today at age 69
Joss Whedon's mindbending scary-movie sendup lurches back to life on DVD and On Demand today.
The new Bradley Cooper vehicle is so ill-conceived that it defies conventional criticism.
The indie comedy by Mike Birbiglia and Ira Glass isn't as good as it should have been.