The incredible Guillermo del Toro comes down with a bad case of sequelitis
Will Smith's misbegotten would-be blockbuster is two bad movies stuffed into a single terrible one.
Pixar's funny, touching masterpiece may be their finest film yet
Visually stunning and ethically loathsome, for better or worse, 'Wanted' is one of the freshest action movies in years
Mike Myers's desperately unfunny return to the big screen traffics in dick jokes, silly accents, and not much else
This film is so bad that I feel compelled to make a spoiler-laden list of its most laughably terrible parts rather than review it
As this only slightly above-average superhero flick proves, it's not easy to make a movie about being green
Do you think hummus is hilarious? Then you'll love Adam Sandler's new comedy about an Israeli spy/hairstylist. Otherwise: Oy!
Steven Spielberg and Harrison Ford deliver their familiar thrills--so why quibble that it's not quite as magical the fourth time around?
The fantasy franchise is growing up fast--making this sequel a better movie than its predecessor, but one with much less to say
Stop, 'Speed Racer,' Stop! Like George Lucas before them, the Wachowskis have become more interested in technology than characters.
An open letter to Hollywood
Robert Downey Jr. turns summer's first blockbuster into a fast, fun triumph
A stellar supporting cast lifts Tina Fey's low-key 'Odd Couple' update into the winner's circle.
"Uplifting" may be the most devalued word a critic can use--but sometimes a movie, like this singing-geezers documentary, earns the description
Ellen Page and Dennis Quaid's new dramedy isn't just dumb--it's dumb about the meaning of smartness
This time, our critic watched the movie, not just the trailer--and the only surprise was that it's much worse than he expected
Our critic is tired of movie trailers that give away the entire movie. So his review of '21' is based entirely on its preview. Tomorrow, he'll report on if the actual movie is any different than advertised.
A Holocaust fable, crime thriller, quasi-memoir, and moral inquiry that tries to be too many things at once