Xpress critics look back on the year in film.
Riz Ahmed is phenomenal as a heavy metal drummer who abruptly loses his hearing.
John Leguizamo directs and stars in this uplifting, fact-based drama of underdog chess players.
A potent love letter to the former community staple and its surviving businesses.
Vivian Liberto, aka Johnny Cash's first wife and the mother of their four children, gets her due in this informative documentary.
A painful but rewarding look back at the unreleased 1973 farce "Ghost in the Noonday Sun."
The latest take on the Jane Austen classic is a pleasant enough distraction.
Despite rampant filmmaking and scripting issues, Margot Robbie shines in this DCEU spinoff.
Occasional perks await within the derivative sci-fi/horror schlock.
Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman and Margot Robbie shine in this dramatization of the Fox News sexual harassment scandal.
The wonderfully honest and illuminating documentary tracks an Afghan family's arduous journey to attain political asylum.
Keira Knightley delivers one of her best performances to date in this fact-based thriller about a British whistleblower in the lead-up to the 2003 Iraq invasion.
This latest entry in the mismatched-partners action-comedy is not going down favorably in the buddy cop hall of fame.
Emma Thompson and Mindy Kaling excel in this comedy that's hamstrung by its formulaic structure.
For Kenneth Branagh's latest Shakespeare trick, he plays The Bard himself to successful ends.
This year's Disneynature documentary is no "Nature" episode but a family-friendly treat nonetheless.
Matthew Broderick and Géza Röhrig (Son of Saul) are a charming odd couple in one of the year's most original films.
Marvel’s first female-led superhero film kicks some serious butt and shows the boys how it’s done.
After months of cinematic hype during awards season, Stephen Merchant's comedic WWE biopic is a breath of fresh air.