Director Jason Reitman's latest film is pinched, preachy, and pretentious.
Though director David Fincher may over-Fincher-ize somewhat, he delivers a sleek, faithful adaptation of the bestselling thriller.
Where we stand, 16 movies later
A circular folk-music odyssey
Have girl, will travel
The Book of Job meets 1960s Minnesota
Sex farce masquerades as a spy flick in the brothers' blackest comedy.
A triumph of immaculate execution, and their best film
For once, a genuine stinker
A comedy out of balance
An intriguing noir goes astray.
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.