An ingenious structure and Aaron Sorkin's typically sharp dialogue elevate this exploration of the Apple icon beyond the standard biopic.
Every hero needs an origin story. Here's one for the boy who wouldn't grow up.
A look inside Swara, the custom where female children are given to older men to pay a debt, is scary, bizarre, and surprisingly uplifting.
A lovely valentine to NYC with a thrilling final act.
"The French Connection" is revisited from the French point of view. It falls short of its predecessor, but it's still a pretty nice piece of work.
If you enjoyed Andy Weir's exceedingly detailed novel, you'll certainly appreciate seeing it brought to the screen in all its geek glory. It's like science porn.
"The Intern" is very much a Nancy Meyers film, for better or for worse, but it is exceedingly charming.
Documentary about the making of a film that stars physically handicapped people is sweet and heartwarming.
Bolivian dramatization of how dictators committed atrocities in order to wipe out communism in Latin America in the 1970's isn't an atrocity, but it falls short of its target.
This sequel fails to capitalize on what made "The Maze Runner" so much fun.