Director Paul Greengrass's piracy tale is riveting, even if (unlike me) you can ignore the current parallels.
Despite some rough patches in the script, Alfonso Cuaron's film is a visual wonder.
The best thing about Ron Howard's latest film may be that it knows what it is.
Missing fingers, Christmas, a Hispanic Scott Baio—director Shane Black proves that imitation is the sincerest form of self-flattery.
Debuting this week, Joss Whedon's Avengers spinoff aims high.
Or perhaps both? The well-wrought serial killer film starring Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal defies easy categorization.
With a PG brain and a NC-17 body count, the Luc Besson-directed De Niro vehicle is a cinematic Frankenstein.
The French romantic comedy about typewriting offers an innocent antidote to Mad Men.
Brie Larson is stunning in the indie film about a facility for troubled teens.
The dim, childish Selena Gomez vehicle may be the summer's worst movie.
The final installment of Edgar Wright's Cornetto trilogy is a worthy successor to Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz.
The new film from District 9 director Neill Blomkamp boasts stunning visuals, but the plot leaves much to be desired.
Yes, this is the point in the summer when I outsource my critical judgment to my kids. Plus: bonus Smurfs coverage.
An intense, unsettling performance by Cate Blanchett is let down by Woody Allen's directorial carelessness.
Sam Rockwell shines in the witty, tender directorial debut of actor/screenwriters Nat Faxon and Jim Rash.
Can't Bruce Willis find a better use of his time than headlining old-guy action franchises?
As its title suggests, Guillermo del Toro's latest film is precision-engineered for the international market.
The would-be blockbuster by Gore Verbinski and Johnny Depp lays bare Hollywood's delusion that bigger is better.
Roland Emmerich's latest action movie is essentially a louder, sillier version of the Bruce Willis classic.
Monsters University ranks as one of the influential animation firm's worst-reviewed films—as did the two Pixar films that preceded it.