The trailer for the third reboot entry—due in summer 2016—makes the film look ike a rollicking action-adventure.
Film critics haven’t converged on a favorite—which will make this year’s awards season especially exciting to watch.
Tom Hooper’s biopic about a transgender icon has the best of intentions, but doesn’t go deep enough into the heart of its subject.
Leonardo DiCaprio’s grueling experience filming ‘The Revenant’ might add him to a long list of actors who’ve found awards glory via endurance.
Movies and TV shows have long relied on lazy and unrealistic depictions of how cybersecurity works. That’s beginning to change.
Despite solid execution and some beautiful visuals, the studio's latest may be its least ambitious to date.
The seventh Rocky movie combines the best elements of the classic underdog franchise with a dynamic new star.
Following two excellent installments, the Hunger Games franchise stumbles to its grim, claustrophobic conclusion.
Sure, Aaron Sorkin’s movie is a boy-meets-girl romance. But it also insists on a love story between government and the governed.
In a lukewarm year for film, the hype for J.J. Abrams’s upcoming Star Wars movie hints at possible awards-season glory.
What happens when the world’s most famous actress stars with her husband in a lavish portrait of a marriage in crisis?
The 1990 movie marked a shift from the originality and charm of the legendary filmmaker’s earlier work toward unimaginative but lucrative family-friendly fare.
John Crowley’s adaptation of Colm Tóibín’s novel succeeds on the back of Saoirse Ronan’s stunning lead performance.
Spotlight is a lesson in how to be a reporter; Truth is a lesson in how not to.
The actor is focusing on his art, rather than his odd behavior, in his latest performance-art project.
The Hollywood Reporter’s move to stop pitting women against each another is the latest journalistic effort around showbiz inclusivity.
Tom McCarthy’s new film masterfully portrays The Boston Globe’s uncovering of the Catholic Church sex-abuse scandal in 2002.
The 24th film in the franchise—likely Daniel Craig's last—dazzles early but sputters by the end.
Ian Fleming’s nefarious agency is back after 40 years of legal wrangling. But can a 21st-century James Bond and a 1960s-era antagonist be reconciled?
A movie that celebrates the sacrifices of working-class women would like the women of today to ‘do something’ to change the world.