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.
Joss Whedon's horror debut starts with a familiar premise—then ventures to delightfully strange territory.
The HBO show's second season, which premieres this weekend, has an even wider scope than the first.
Disney's sci-fi epic embraces its own ridiculousness.
Jason Segel's lively, loving relaunch is among the best films of the year
The Sundance favorite movingly captures the fragility of love
Roland Emmerich tries, and fails, to brush up his Shakespeare
The sharp, star-studded chronicle of the crash is among the best movies of the year
Though it teeters between prequel, homage, and retread, the latest version of Carpenter's 1982 sci-fi flick manages to stay on its feet
The star's latest directorial outing loses itself in a political fantasyland
How Steve Jobs' animation studio creates its masterpieces
The U.S. debut of a Danish director provides a stylish, hyper-violent shock to the system
Impeccably cast and directed by Stephen Soderbergh, the film thrills but doesn't signify much
The film's flashbacks thrill, but the latter-day scenes don't quite measure up
Fast and foul-mouthed, the film is a diverting ride--despite some uncomfortable echoes
The film's CGI simians are a marvel; it's a pity their human counterparts are so lousy
One bad film, and two screenwriters' war against coherence