Darren Aronofsky's interpretation includes a flood of powerful performances and special effects.
Jason Bateman spells out his talents for both sides of the camera in his dark, funny directorial debut.
Lars von Trier's latest is difficult to watch in more ways than one.
Wes Anderson's most successful film is also his most original, most maniacal and possibly most entertaining to date.
Charming imagery and a sweet story make this a must-have for anyone with a love for animation.
The creator of Family Guy is keeping the work of Carl Sagan alive, well and extremely entertaining.
Chris Pine has some pretty big shoes to fill as the latest on-screen version of Tom Clancy's super-spy.
Liam Neeson reteams with his Unknown director to do a little ass-kicking at 40,000 feet.
Mark Wahlberg, Taylor Kitsch, Ben Foster and Emile Hirsch bring this true military tale close to home with gripping, heartbreaking results.
Despite being the fourth cut of this film, Oliver Stone's Alexander epic still isn't all that great.