Reese Witherspoon is captivating in a nature drama that would have been better without all the unnecessary flashbacks.
A new documentary makes a strong argument comparing climate change deniers to long-since discredited pro-tobacco lobbyists.
Tommy Lee Jones directs and co-stars with Hilary Swank in ‘a strong vision unbound by genre.’
A satisfying and unpredictable anthology about revenge that’s taken Telluride by storm.
‘Foxcatcher’ is a standout vehicle for Steve Carell, Channing Tatum, Mark Ruffalo and Sienna Miller, but it may be too understated for its own good.
Orson Welles’ long-lost first film, a silent comedy starring Joseph Cotten, has been screened at Telluride… warts and all.
Jon Stewart makes his directorial debut in the darkly comic real-life story about the imprisonment of Iranian journalist Maziar Bahari.
Alejandro Gonzalez-Innaritu takes cheap shots at blockbuster movies in an artistically audacious comedy starring Michael Keaton as a has-been actor.
Andrew Garfield stars in a hard-hitting mortgage crisis drama that’s one of the best movies screening at Telluride 2014.
Marion Cotillard is just trying to keep her job in a sympathetic new drama by Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardennes.
Xavier Dolan’s experimentally filmed family drama is a rewarding experience.
Perdita Weeks raids the Paris catacombs in the best ‘Tomb Raider’ movie we’re ever likely to get.
Pierce Brosnan is back in a James Bond rehash with all of the Russia and nothing to love.
Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore reteam for a comedy that’s just good enough to be better than everything else Sandler does nowadays.
The life and times of ‘Star Trek’ co-star and gay rights activist George Takei are the subject of an endearing new documentary.
Despite having a unique message, When the Game Stands Tall is pretty boring stuff.
The latest Frank Miller adaptation is itself a femme fatale. That’s not a compliment.
Ethereal performances by Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton make Only Lovers Left Alive a great introduction to Jim Jarmusch.
Damon Wayans Jr. and Jake Johnson pretend to be cops. They should have pretended to be funnier.
Jeff Bridges and Brenton Thwaites star in a teen sci-fi movie that’s got more brains than thrills.