"The Curse of Sleeping Beauty" is a feast for the eyes and certainly worth a look.
Documentary of the downfall of former U.S. Representative Anthony Weiner feels like a slow motion viewing of a car crash. You know what's coming, but you can't turn away.
Shane Black's antihero buddy comedy may be too dark for mainstream audiences but it's an entertaining way to spend a couple of hours.
A gloriously tense and entertaining thriller.
J.G. Ballard's novel finally gets to the big screen, and it descends into disaster, and not on purpose.
This third film in the Cap franchise feels more like Avengers 2.5, and that's not necessarily a bad thing.
Jason Bateman's second film may have been the best narrative film at this year's Tribeca Film festival.
Pelé is the greatest soccer player ever. He deserves better than this biopic that fails to ignite.
Despite its feline co-star, this action-comedy doesn't always land on its feet.
Tense, disturbing, bloody, twisted, weird and dark. Also, pretty great.