There is only so much doom and misfortune a person can take--even in a Coen Brothers movie
Flesh-eating strippers, chainsaw-wielding cowboys, and that girl from 'Little Miss Sunshine'--what else could you want from a zombie movie?
This was one remake we did not need, but there's an unexpected tenderness in the older cast members' performances
The unbearable blandness of hot person cannibalism
Steven Soderbergh's latest is the funniest movie in five years that doesn't have a gag related to bodily functions
Quentin Tarantino's rediscovers his ambition, 15 years after 'Pulp Fiction,' in this exhilarating and only occasionally exasperating WWII flick
One film gets under the skin, while the other stays on the surface
Deploy the sharks!
Nora Ephron's latest film tells two true stories, only one of them worth watching
How far can you push the foul-mouthed bromantic angle when you want to say something serious, too?
A gem of a film featuring sad pancakes, shrewd acts of cinematic theft, and giant Bahama-blue eyes
Iz hilarioos, iz also mean to ze humans
Johnny Depp is magnetic, but will you care when the lights come back on?
As if the plot, acting, and length (two and a half hours!) weren't painful enough, they had to throw in a pair of jive-talking minstrel-show robots
Another exercise in emotional manipulation and cinematic Tourettism from Tony Scott
Steven Soderbergh's newest micro-indie is all stunt, no soul
The director of 'Up' describes how Pixar is like an old-style Hollywood studio
Pixar's most touching film yet manages to find wonder in grief
Help! Rome is in danger, and Tom Hanks is no longer wearing a mullet!
Is it a gas? Yes. Would Gene Roddenberry be proud? Maybe