Justin Chon's latest, “Blue Bayou,” just might be his best yet.
He directs and stars as a crochety old cowboy pressed into transporting a teenager from Mexico to America in “Cry Macho.”
A conventional soup-to-nuts biopic, "The Eyes of Tammy Faye" asks viewers to reconsider the woman behind the mascara.
Paul Schrader's latest film, about a traveling gambler, burrows into darkest part of American psyche.
Film relies on lowest-common-denominator humor and the optimistic assumption that Kristen Bell in an unflattering wig equals “comedy.”
At an airport where planes are diverted in the aftermath of 9/11, thousands of strangers are reminded of the goodness that emerges in the most…
The new musical “Cinderella” pairs contemporary post-feminist tenets and anachronistic slang and pop songs with the ballgowns and social norms…
“Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” is the first MCU installment centered on an Asian superhero.
A troubled man tries to make the world right in "The Gateway," set in St. Louis but filmed in Virginia.
Jennifer Vogel needs many things in "Flag Day" — a home, money, love — but if you had to narrow it down to just one thing, that might be the truth.
Equal parts cerebral, political and gross-out, “Candyman” is a worthy addition to the library of top-notch social thrillers being built by Jor…
Lisa Joy’s futuristic film-noir is set in a mostly submerged Miami, with canals flowing through high-rises.
Animated TV show's underwritten first feature film features unremarkable voice cameos — but plenty of toys for purchase.
Rebecca Hall occupies nearly every fame of the elegant psychological thriller “The Night House,” and you still leave wanting more of her and h…
Meandering, unfocused look at early decades of singer's life will leave you saying a little prayer for the filmmakers.
Meta movie delights in seeing a videogame from the inside and turning a background character into a hero.
"The Suicide Squad" a superhero film that is a parody of superhero films, with enough violence for a (dirty) dozen movies.
In his feature film debut, “Nine Days,” writer/director Edson Oda takes on nothing less than life itself.
The strategy behind writer-director David Lowery’s quietly arresting medieval fantasy is simple: Gawain is a vessel, waiting to be filled with…
‘Stillwater” looks like it’s going to push Matt Damon into Liam Neeson’s territory, but it never does.
This is a film whose sole purpose is to remind you of at least a dozen other movies that you remember fondly and coast from there.
M. Night Shyamalan's latest relies solely on an enticing premise and pretty scenery. It’s just not enough.