Greg Mclean’s sequel to the modern horror classic Wolf Creek is even more relentless and fun than the original.
Jesse Eisenberg and Anne Hathaway are back in a padded, pointless sequel with a truly uncomfortable moral.
Nick Frost takes up salsa dancing in a smart, funny comedy that goes a little deeper than the usual clichés.
Kevin Costner stars in a movie that’s so inside football it leaves casual audiences behind.
Fred Topel admits that Grudge Match is contrived, but how else could they ever make a film in which Raging Bull fights Rocky?
Director Axel Braun’s storytelling style more closely matches the experience of actually reading a comic book than some of his more “mainstream” counterparts.
Lars Von Trier reveals he’s been faking it all along with a phony conclusion to the otherwise incredible saga.
John Stockwell’s latest tropical thriller works way too hard to explain why Gina Carano kicks ass.
Errol Morris’s documentary on Donald Rumsfeld lacks the light touch of his previous films, but the subject is undeniably of interest.
Jude Law is excellent in a crime comedy that could have used more crime. Or comedy.
Scarlett Johansson plays a predatory alien in Under the Skin, a visually stunning comment on our own obsessions with her body.
Not everyone loves Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Find out why Fred Topel thinks it’s one of Marvel’s worst movies.
Somebody stole Tony Jaa’s elephant – again – but his biggest problem is subpar visual effects.
Gareth Evans’ sequel to The Raid combines uncanny fight scenes with potent melodrama.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is lucky to co-star in a thriller dominated by a psycho Mireille Enos and a charismatic Olivia Williams.
Darren Aronofsky’s biblical epic takes liberties with The Bible, takes chances most big budget movies wouldn’t dream of, and gets away with it.
Fred Topel praises positive messages and Blu-ray of Frozen, even though you may want to wait for the special edition.
“A psychosexual version of Ernst Lubitsch’s Heaven Can Wait.”
“The most heroic superhero movie since the original Superman.”
“A fringe, manic, loveable grunge couple surrounded by garbage storylines.”