As a creative experiment, "Dave Made a Maze" is something to behold but as a full-length feature, it comes up feeling a bit slight.
Overlong and numbingly repetitive, this been-there-done-that comedy ends an otherwise solid summer movie season on a sour note.
Some parts of "The Glass Castle" are stronger than others but there is plenty to like in this adaptation of Jeannette Walls' bestselling memoir.
Kathryn Bigelow's "Detroit" is a messy but tense and necessary experience.
"Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets" is visually stunning but simultaneously overloaded and narratively empty.
Boring and ugly, the latest take on Arthurian legend is a chore to watch from start to finish.
This film of a disenchanted married couple is a marriage of its own between Drama and Cringe Comedy, and it works.
A curiously flat movie about our tech-obsessed world.
"Ghost in the Shell" is a movie of dazzling visuals and dreary plot.
Director Niki Caro's portrayal of this true-life World War II survival story is a fine salute to a courageous couple.