Deeply personal film about an artist confronting insecurities is an indictment of the bad behavior that wealth enables.
“You People” is only a so-so examination of whether Black and white people truly can live in harmony.
Eisenberg, who has already proven himself to be a talented, unsparing writer, shows promise as a director.
“Missing” takes some absolutely wild and crazy twists and turns arriving at its destination.
"The Son" is not an easy watch. That's not the problem.
There is a lot of injustice in the world, "Women Talking" admits, but there are small, hopeful things we can do to make it a better place.
When a widower receives a terminal diagnosis, he sets out to leave the world something to remember him by.
The villains of the holiday season were the airlines, so it’s an apt moment for the Gerard Butler action vehicle “Plane” to take flight.
Updated take on Reginald Hudlin's classic 1990 comedy is deeply unfunny and downright tiresome.
Grab a jacket or a blanket before you watch Netflix's engrossing “The Pale Blue Eye.”
Remake of Swedish film is a story about loss of human connection in a modernized, rapidly changing world.
Adaptation of Don DeLillo's award-winning book is regularly ridiculous without ever being genuinely funny.
"I Wanna Dance With Somebody" relies on cliches and is a lot like an overhyped episode of "Behind the Music."
“Babylon” waffles between being a love letter to cinema and a suicide note.
“Puss in Boots: The Last Wish” remixes a new set of familiar nursery rhymes and beloved children’s fables to entertaining ends.
Brendan Fraser gives one of the most moving performances in years as an obese man facing his mortality.
Oscar winner Alejandro G. Inarritu takes a cue from Federico Fellini with “Bardo: False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths” and turns a mirror on someone not unlike himself.
All of James Cameron's cinematic obsessions coalesce in long-awaited return to oceans of Pandora.
“Emancipation” lands perilously close to a gamer’s fantasy of enslavement, escape, superheroics and rousing, righteous vengeance, based a tiny bit on the historical record.
Director Sam Mendes makes the somewhat misguided argument that movies can treat mental illness, and ska music can fight racism.
Rom-com is based on memoir by TV journalist Michael Ausiello and his marriage to Kit Cowan.
Holiday action film is a star vehicle for David Harbour that borrows heavily from "Die Hard" and "Home Alone."
It’s a gay “An Officer and a Gentleman” for a new generation and a new world.
If "they don't make 'em like they used to" is a thing you say about movies, "Devotion" is for you.
A little bit "Finding Nemo" and a lot "Fantastic Voyage," "Strange World" is a father/son/son story.
Steven Spielberg's movies all take inspiration from his life, but he goes for full-on autobiography in "The Fabelmans."
No one does "mild-mannered guy who seems friendly but does this thing that suggests he'd like to slice off your tongue and use it as a coaster" better than Mark Rylance.