Homer meets Preston Sturges meets bluegrass
Raymond Chandler in a bowling alley
The movie that brought it all together
The “commercial” movie that wasn’t
In which I am finally, inevitably, disappointed
An overdue love letter to the extraordinary meta gangster movie
Come for the infant abduction, stay for the yodeling.
Revisiting the lethal cunning of the filmmakers’ debut
Director Daniel Schechter and star Jennifer Aniston offer up a middling adaptation of Elmore Leonard's novel The Switch.
Timothy Olyphant, star of TV’s Justified, reads a passage from the 1976 novel Swag.
Apart from a vivid turn by Eva Green, Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller's long-delayed sequel lacks the stylish excess of the original.
Marvel's latest—and largest—gamble makes up for its haphazard storytelling with wit and warmth.
An extended spoilereview of Luc Besson's worst film to date
Richard Linklater's latest experiment has more to say about parenthood than about its titular subject.
The evocative, performance-capture apes of Andy Serkis and co. make this one of summer's most satisfying movies.
Director John Carney attempts to recapture the magic of his 2007 charmer Once, with somewhat mixed results.
Michael Bay's latest installment is ridiculous, ill-humored, and—at nearly three hours—the most interminable yet.
Our roundtable on "The Children," the 10th episode of the fourth season of the HBO show.
Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum deliver an improbably good sequel to an improbably good reboot.
Our roundtable on "The Watchers on the Wall," the ninth episode of the fourth season of the HBO show.