Director Steven Soderbergh's latest is a supremely satisfying, elegantly crafted heist flick that's also laugh-out-loud funny.
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.
This film version of Stephen King's multi-volume epic throws viewers in at the deep end. If you haven't read the books you'll likely be lost. If you have read the books you won't fare much better.
Thirty years later, Ian MacAllister brings us a more serious version of a John Hughes type teen angst film, and it's a welcome treat.
As soon as the first notes of Link Wray's Rumble come pouring out, you can sense that you're in for a memorable ride through this fascinating and entertaining documentary.
Though occasionally uneven, the latest from director Christopher Nolan is a film of towering technical prowess and raw emotional truth.
"Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets" is visually stunning but simultaneously overloaded and narratively empty.
A woman leading a fairly bland life is unexpectedly impacted in a positive way by someone she hoped she would never see again.