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.
Great actress - terrible film. Not much else to say about this one.
Fresh, fun update of the Spider-Man franchise that sets high-flying heroics against the backdrop of everyday adolescent life. The result is a fun summer carnival of a movie that will entertain long-time fans as well as casual viewers.
Director Sofia Coppola offers a tidy remake of 1971 gothic oddity "The Beguiled". In this case, "tidy" isn't a superlative, as this update can't break free of its own mannered constraints.
This pedal-stomping, metal-shearing, maximum-speed celebration of celluloid storytelling may be the most exhilarating thing you'll see onscreen this year.
Albert Maysles's final documentary follows the lives of passengers on the Empire Builder, the Amtrak train that travels from Chicago to the West Coast.
This yarn about two sisters trapped at the bottom of the ocean in a shark cage may seem silly, but if you relax and go with it you're in for a surprisingly entertaining ride.
This stylish, shocking, thought-provoking film will reward viewers looking for scares that go beyond the surface.