The new "Jack Reacher" film title could actually be taken as a warning... which I'll be certain to heed in the future.
For a movie that celebrates precision, "The Accountant" has a lot of loose ends.
"The Girl on the Train" is a modestly entertaining and faithful adaptation of Paul Hawkins' best-selling novel.
"Birth of a Nation" isn't perfect but it's clearly passionate, a brutally effective depiction of the monstrous indignity of slavery that's sure to generate powerful discussions.
As peculiar as it may be, Tim Burton's adaptation of the Ransom Riggs' novel holds little of interest, particularly to those who haven't read the book.
Swedish entry for best foreign film is the best film I've seen so far in 2016.
Documentary re-telling of when the dictator of North Korea kidnapped the leading director and actress from South Korea. Good, but not enough tension.
Documentary tells us how lucky we are not to have been destroyed a hundred times over by accidents involving nuclear weapons. Not quite as depressing as it could be.
A remake of the classic western probably sounded like a great idea - particularly with this cast - but this soulless update will do little to advance the genre.
"Bridget Jones's Baby" is an expectedly easy film to digest but it's wildly unnecessary.