Zack Snyder's epic adaptation gives this generation a Superman movie to call its own. Call it "Superman Begins".
It's the end of the world as we know it, and I feel high.
Journalist Jeremy Scahill gives evidence of a government run amok in this documentary/political thriller.
Despite a promising premise that doesn't quite pay off, this futuristic parable may make you think more than most summer offerings.
Filled with heart and humor, "The Kings of Summer" is an indie delight amid the ambush of summer blockbusters.
This rote comedy plays like a low-res, bittorrent of "Meatballs", with the Google campus replacing summer camp.
What do you get the kid who has everything? His own movie franchise.
This (fingers crossed) final installment of the stillborn franchise is as bleakly unfunny and tone-deaf as its predecessors. It succeeds in only one thing: making you want to get drunk enough to forget you saw it.
The tightly edited chase scenes are all there, but if you're expecting story in "Fast & Furious 6", you're in for a disappointment.
Ethan Hawke & Julie Delpy return - this time in Greece - to show us that while romance changes over the years, that doesn't make it any less meaningful.