This big-ticket offering from director Zack Snyder is a satisfying comic book movie that's yards ahead of its predecessors in the DC Extended Universe.
This slow burn of a romantic comedy about a former chef and a barista never quite manages to turn on the gas.
Kenneth Branagh wears multiple hats - and an epic moustache - as the director and star of this new take on an Agatha Christie classic.
Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg bumble and glower their way through an unnecessary holiday sequel that deserves to be skipped.
Bold and layered, dark but often quite funny, "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" is a wonder, a daring mix of tones and themes.
This latest volley in Marvel's bid to take over the universe is a rip-roaring adventure that's visually cluttered but lots of a fun and a sure-fire crowd pleaser for fans and casual audiences alike.
This PTSD-focused drama find the balance between offering social commentary and showing respect for the soldiers whose story it tells.
New BPBS reviewer Steven Cohen takes us on a tour of George Clooney's darkly farcical but otherwise dull crime caper/would-be suburban satire.
Anton Yelchin's final appearance on the big screen is a must-see in an otherwise pretty good take on a very unusual romance.
Appropriately chilly and distant, "My Friend Dahmer" is an origin story about the makings of one of the most infamous serial killers in history.