Rarely has a final battle been so anticlimactic (or padding been so apparent).
The first film adaptation of a Thomas Pynchon novel stays true to the spirit of the source material which proves to be both a virtue and a vice.
Ridley Scott's new take on the Old Testament never justifies the miracle of its own existence.
Reese Witherspoon stars as a young woman who goes on a long walk to clear her head. It's really just a long walk.
The story of Alan Turing will amaze and infuriate you. Benedict Cumberbatch's portrayal of him will probably earn him an Oscars nomination.
Hawking is too extraordinary for such an ordinary film.
Steve Carrell makes his debut in a (very) dramatic role. A great effort, but ultimately the fox eludes him.
I left my heart in San Fransokyo, and so will you.
It's 1975, and a woman and her son escape from East Berlin to West Berlin in search of a better life. What they encounter may not be much better.
Christopher Nolan's sci-fi epic is a beautiful, ambitious, ultimately flawed film about nothing less than the survival of the human race.