The march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, was a momentous moment in American history. Ava DuVernay's "Selma" more than does it justice.
Clint Eastwood's examination of America's most famous sniper is great when it's showing war, and okay when it isn't.
Russia's entry to the Academy for Best Foreign Film has made it to the final five, but the borscht ring is probably out of reach.
No one wants to see a movie about people sitting at computer terminals. Unless it’s "WarGames". This isn’t "WarGames".
Angelina Jolie's attempt at portraying the amazing life of Louis Zamperini is good, but falls short of the book.
A famous British painter's life is immortalized and it features an outstanding performance by Timothy Spall, but that's not enough to elevate this film to the next level.
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.