Salma Hayek kicks ass in an explosive new ‘Die Hard’ riff that takes place entirely in one room.
A solid cast can’t save this lifeless ‘Frankenstein’ retread from its own mediocrity.
Will Smith and Margot Robbie star in a slick and sexy swindle that’s easily Smith’s best movie in years.
Fifty Shades of Grey plays like Sleeping with the Enemy, if the filmmakers didn’t know there was an enemy.
Anna Kendrick gives a powerhouse performance in a film adaptation of the award-winning musical.
Ryan Reynolds is exceptional in a horror comedy that’s appealing to look at, grotesque to bite into, and absolutely genius.
Jason Statham stars in a distinctive crime drama with a generic title.
Jeff Bridges hams it up in a perfectly decent but unremarkable fantasy yarn.
‘Jupiter Ascending’ is ‘The Princess Diaries’ if Julie Andrews was a genocidal maniac and Hector Elizondo was a sci-fi werewolf.
Benson Lee’s Korean homage to John Hughes movies is ‘the sort of film we come to Sundance to discover.’
Nicole Kidman and Joseph Fiennes are the tormented parents of missing children in a film that fails to satisfy as either a mystery or a drama.
Cobie Smulders plays a pregnant teacher bonding with her pregnant student in a satisfying dramatic comedy.
Viola Davis and Jennifer Lopez are trapped in a familiar revenge thriller.
This year’s nominees are some of the most depressing documentary shorts we’ve ever seen.
Exceptional Oscar-nominated films share the screen with some disappointing also-rans.
Inspiring fictional movies make up this year’s impressive crop of Oscar-nominated live-action shorts.
Guy Maddin’s latest phantasmagoria is a hallucinogenic anthology film filled with laughs and nightmares.
Jonah Hill and James Franco give stunning performances in a complex and mature drama.
Ewan McGregor plays Jesus Christ, and the Devil, in a film that captures the imagination and challenges the mind.
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