Despite some moments that lag, this story about the firefighting Granite Mountain Hotshots is a respectful tribute to a team of real-life superheroes.
This snapshot view of an early case in Thurgood Marshall's career features a confident performance by Chadwick Boseman but fails to provide much insight into this influential figure.
Brosnan and Chan don't seem like a Hollywood dream team, but they partner effectively in this solid political thriller based on a novel by Stephen Leather.
Agnès Varda and J.R. travel through France taking gigantic photos of the locals. The locals love it and Varda and JR love it all just as much.
Try to avoid spoilers because it's best to see this visually rich followup to "Blade Runner" unprepared so you can enjoy being swept away by the story that neatly builds on the world and narrative of the original.
Kate Winslet and Idris Elba do their best, but this clunky mix of survival epic, romance, and disaster flick wants to be too many things at once.
In this modestly engaging true story Tom Cruise channels his familiar cocky persona and megawatt smile into one of his more engaging performances of late.
A documentary about a board game competition may not sound like much fun, but it is far more thrilling than you might ever imagine.
A biography of famed record executive Clive Davis is a total puff piece, but it's still fun.
This true story of Boston Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman is dramatic, deeply-felt, and surprisingly funny, with a meticulously-constructed performance that may net Oscar recognition for leading man Jake Gyllenhaal.