Cameron Crowe’s latest drama is a baffling hodgepodge of space weapons, Hawaiian mythology and mid-life melodrama.
Dwayne Johnson stars in the worst disaster movie since ‘Disaster Movie.’
Gil Kenan’s remake follows the original blueprint too closely. Same as it ever was.
Tom Six adds humor to his perverse franchise, but there’s nothing funny about this crass and violent misfire.
Mystery and loneliness take center stage in a beautiful supernatural drama from Studio Ghibli.
Brad Bird’s latest film is a thrilling adventure, and an inspirational call to arms.
Elizabeth Banks directs a comedy sequel that really sings.
Ethan Hawke plays a drone pilot who brings new scars home every night in an intriguingly conceived but dully executed war drama.
Jean Dujardin stands out in a slick but forgettable companion piece to ‘The French Connection.’
George Miller’s fourth ‘Mad Max’ movie has raised the bar for action filmmaking.
The talents of Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara are wasted in this criminally unfunny comedy.
Director Thomas Vinterberg turns sexual frustration into masterful suspense.
Nick Broomfield’s documentary investigates a serial killer whose decades-long murder spree reveals shocking truths about the marginalization of black women.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is the father of a young girl dying of a zombie virus in this well made but depressing horror drama.
Earth’s mightiest heroes are back in a fun but unfocused summer blockbuster.
“Mediocrity would have been a blessing.”
Oscar Isaac and Domhnall Gleeson debate hot robots in this smart but only somewhat thrilling new sci-fi drama.
The First Wave punk band is simultaneously self-deprecating and steadfast in their Leftist politics.
The experimental short film, scored with tracks from the new Album by The Dig, is melancholic and beautiful.
Larry Clark’s newest film proves oddly magnetic in spite of (or because of?) its ‘Creepy Uncle’ vibe.