The latest entry in the rebooted Trek franchise is a soft success, but a success nonetheless.
"The Infiltrator" is a suspenseful, surprisingly fun summer movie with a solid cast and another standout performance by Bryan Cranston.
The new "Ghostbusters" has a silly energy to it but the screenplay holds it back from being truly memorable.
Documentary within a film documents how movies get made in North Korea.
This dystopian adventure imagines a future where emotions have been removed from society. Unfortunately the film evokes no emotions either.
At the end of WWII, a group of nuns is put through more than they signed up for in Anne Fontaine's tribute to the strength and resilience of women.
This surprisingly hokey-looking adaptation of Burrough's classic hero tale fails to ignite any on-screen excitement.
New Zealand film can't decide how funny it wants to be. It's not funny enough.
Todd Solondz's latest film takes another peek inside the twisted mind of the average person.
"Independence Day: Resurgence" leans so heavily on the success of its predecessor that it forgets to be good in its own right.