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.
Fans can stop holding their breath as Wonder Woman finally arrives on the big screen. The wait was worth it.
The latest - and with any luck last - movie in the "Pirates of the Caribbean" series is a noisy assault on the senses. We hope the foley crew made out like bandits on this one.
This reboot of the durable 90s lifeguard series puts Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron up front in bathing suits. Enough said.
Casual viewers may be confounded, but "Alien" aficionados will cheer "Covenant's" mix of franchise mythology and ass-kicking action.
I had always heard that the government didn't go after the banks after the 2008 crash. Turns out that they went after a tiny bank in NYC's Chinatown. This Steve James documentary examines the absurdity of it.
Polish director Andrzej Witold Wajda's final film is a very powerful look at how a government can destroy opposition opinion. It's especially timely now.
A blander-than-bland look back at a prominent German writer in the 1930s. It's hard to imagine less happening in 106 minutes.