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.
Laura Poitras's documentary about Edward Snowden's ordeal after he revealed the extent of the American government's spying on its own citizens, is a real-life political thriller.
Documentary on pelicans in the Bay area never fully takes flight.
While she could still likely blow away in a gust of wind, Keira Knightley has shown that she is charming and relatable enough to make movies pop.
Evocative, complex, and visually innovative, Alejandro Iñárritu's "Birdman" boosts Michael Keaton back to the heights of stardom and will likely require more than one viewing.
Jean-Luc Godard's latest is an extremely deep view of very important things. At least that is what I think it is. I didn't get it, though.