Those with a penchant for thought-provoking films may enjoy it, but the latest from writer/director Darren Aronofsky rides the line between challenging and frustrating and too often tips into the latter category.
An origin story that finds itself in need of an origin story. Despite this, the action is gritty and unvarnished, making for a watchable end product.
Innocuous new biopic offers a sedate stroll through reclusive author J.D. Salinger's life.
Scary, funny, deeper than you'd expect, sweeter than you might hope, this is the Stephen King adaptation that fans have been waiting years for.
Another documentary telling us that corporations are poisoning American citizens and going unpunished. All the right notes are hit, but we know that it won't make a bit of difference.
Jack The Ripper type tale has some good points but it's far too cluttered with red herrings to be a ripping good time.
Karen Allen stars as a woman trying to find her real self. She shouldn't have bothered looking.
A wannabe Slap Shot film is a sequel to a previous wannabe Slap Shot and it's even worse than the first wannabe.
This story of wrongful incarceration packs an emotional punch and puts a face on the potentially tragic consequences of rushing to judgment.
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.