Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon reunite for a perfectly bittersweet Labor Day comedy.
Director Daniel Schechter and star Jennifer Aniston offer up a middling adaptation of Elmore Leonard's novel The Switch.
The late actor-director exuded charisma onscreen in films like Brighton Rock and Jurassic Park, yet he may have wielded the most lasting influence behind the camera.
Apart from a vivid turn by Eva Green, Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller's long-delayed sequel lacks the stylish excess of the original.
A dismal U.S. box office this summer might be triggering some industry nostalgia for 2002.
One of the most traditional love stories to be released in the past few years is also one of the deepest.
She was the last of the great 20th-century movie stars.
James Cameron's underwater epic may have been too sappy to be deemed a classic—but that's because, for once, the director didn't bother to hide his politics.
Do not look to sewer-dwelling reptilian heroes for depth. Do look to them for a strangely resonant portrait of contemporary attitudes about crime and its causes.
Marvel sends up the brooding-superhero genre
Marvel's latest—and largest—gamble makes up for its haphazard storytelling with wit and warmth.
Lucy, Under the Skin, and Her seem like strange choices for the star. But maybe there's a reason she keeps picking roles in which she makes part of herself disappear.
An extended spoilereview of Luc Besson's worst film to date
The dull sexual document of our age becomes a lot more interesting once Beyoncé's involved.
The Dawn of the Planet of the Apes actor deserves acclaim, but motion-capture technology's great power lies in anonymity.
The entertainment industry loves disabled characters—but not disabled actors.
Richard Linklater's latest experiment has more to say about parenthood than about its titular subject.
Even through her shtick, the late actress radiated vulnerability and charm.
Smartphone-enabled tech has been getting a bad rap at the movies, but this summer's Earth to Echo features heroes who use its powers for good.
The evocative, performance-capture apes of Andy Serkis and co. make this one of summer's most satisfying movies.