Vin Diesel and his crew take their 7th lap around the "Furious" franchise track with typically physics-defying results.
This oft-told tale of Effie Gray, a woman involved in an unhappy marriage in Victorian times, is almost amazingly without any dramatic tension at all.
The photography of Sebastiao Salgado is brought to life by Wim Wenders. It is alternately breathtaking and depressing, but always a tribute to both the skills and humanity of Salgado.
This prison comedy's main offense is not being as funny as it could have been.
Argentina's entry for Best Foreign film of 2014 didn't win the prize, but it's one of the best black comedies to hit the screen that year.
Documentary about James Randi covers his life from magician to exposer of hucksters and does so in a way that can't help but make you like the man.
Watch this movie, save a life, maybe your own. Yes, really.
This heist movie wants to be too many things, and, well, loses its focus.
Ultra-depressing group of Oscar-nominated short documentaries, but they are quality, too.
The film adaptation of the bestselling bondage novel is much better than its source material deserves, but that doesn’t mean it’s particularly satisfying.