Either it’s supposed to be a tragedy or it’s just not funny.
Christopher McQuarrie delivers the best ‘Mission: Impossible’ yet. (Yes, really.)
A new documentary tackles the increasingly lucrative world of eSports.
The end of the world was bad enough already, but now it’s got serious pacing problems.
Cara Delevingne plays the girl of your dreams/nightmares in a teen drama that miraculously averts its own self-destruction.
Adam Sandler’s latest was made for nerds, by people who don’t understand nerds.
It’s a perfectly cromulent film, but this superhero heist caper is hardly Marvel’s best.
The origin of the sidekicks from ‘Despicable Me’ is finally revealed… for some reason.
Jumpstarting a franchise shouldn’t be more important than making a good movie.
Patriotic teen dramas about ex-Marine Corps dogs defending their family from gun smugglers don’t get much better than this.
Seth MacFarlane’s overstuffed sequel is only an Ursa minor success.
Check out the nine memorable movies (and one impressive TV show) that broke out at LAFF 2015.
A welcome addition to the horror spoof genre puts frat boys in all the sexist situations that are usually reserved for sorority girls.
Adam Schindler’s expertly executed home invasion thriller has a twist: the victim can’t escape her captors, because she’s agoraphobic.
Pixar’s comedy about anthropomorphic emotions is their most complex and intriguing film.
John Hawkes stars in an impressive and tense murder mystery.
The characters are one-dimensional, but this monster movie matinee is still a lot of fun.
Rodney Ascher’s documentary brings the horror of sleep paralysis to life, and that’s not even the scary part.
Screening now at the Sydney Film Festival.
Leigh Whannell dials down the histrionics in the best – but not necessarily the scariest – ‘Insidious’ yet.