As Maverick, who's still flying like he has something to prove, Tom Cruise is the hero movies need right now.
"The Bob's Burgers Movie" isn't overtly radical, but the way it showcases how weird each member of the family can be and how the rest love them anyway is quietly revolutionary.
The problem with "Men" is its script, which attempts something like artsy horror but can't stick the landing.
"Downton Abbey: A New Era" feels like double escapism: to early 20th-century England, as well as to a pre-pandemic time.
Women and girlhood are at the heart of layered story about an 8-year-old who wants to know her own mom better.
There’s so much potential to be found in multiverse hopping, but these characters just want to hop right on home.
See what Post-Dispatch reviewers said about all the movies in the "Star Wars" series. (We even threw in a few bonus reviews of other "Star Wars" universe films.)
With bigger budget and bigger names also comes more input from studio and test audiences, a bad fit for Viking action film.
This is a film about Nicolas Cage, for Nicolas Cage, and it fundamentally would not work without Nicolas Cage.
Co-writer and director Valérie Lemercier also stars as French Canadian singer Aline Dieu — at every age.
Too long and poorly edited, film based on the extraordinary life of the real Stuart Long comes up short in matters of faith.
"The Secrets of Dumbledore" is fun to watch but like the previous two movies is too complicated and unintriguing.
Of the many things that go fast in Michael Bay's retro action thriller “Ambulance,” nothing goes by in more of a blur than the exposition.
A 16-year-old boy takes refuge in his telescope and dreams of space travel as demolition of his apartment building looms.
For an adventure about a speedy protagonist, this bloated romp moves pretty slowly at times.
“Everything Everywhere All At Once” is your standard multiverse martial arts movie about filing your taxes and midlife regret in which googly eyes, everything bagels and fanny packs play vital supporting roles.
Chris Pine slips into his best spy-wear for “The Contractor,” a character study of a U.S. Army Ranger who tries his hand in the murky world of private security.
“You Won’t Be Alone” is a fairy tale brought to the screen with a startling amount of realism.
Characters in "The Lost City" are searching for treasure in a remote jungle, but the real marvel is in front of them all along: our beloved Sandra B.
The new "Cheaper by the Dozen" feels less like a feature than a lengthy sitcom pilot. It's an assembly-line product scrubbed clean of personality.
Gang warfare in 1956 Chicago creeps into bespoke suit shop in bloody, meticulously tailored story.
In "Compartment No. 6," a young man and woman make an unlikely connection on the long ride to the Arctic Circle.
Animated film from an all-female leadership team broadens studio's horizons with a refreshing vantage point.
Ryan Reynolds stars in "The Adam Project," which is more about repairing father-son relationships than time travel.
In his second feature film, “After Yang,” Kogonada once again takes up the question of the soul and its existence in modern, even postmodern, times.