The pairing of Ian McKellan and Hellen Mirren lives up to its billing in this con-artist thriller.
The tale of Rani Lakshmi Bai and the Indian mutiny of 1857 receives a messy big-screen treatment.
Elizabeth Banks' reboot of the spy series is fun and refreshingly feminine.
A radiant Penélope Cruz and a melancholy Antonio Banderas star in Pedro Almodóvar's most autobiographical film.
Adam Driver gives an exceptional performance in Scott Z. Burns' fact-based procedural about the Senate Intelligence Committee's so-called "Torture Report."
Go see the talented cast's other movies instead of this would-be comedy.
Mike Flanagan's sequel to The Shining is a taunt supernatural story.
Bong Joon-ho’s Palme d’Or-winning, genre-defying film is an extraordinary look at class disparity.
The latest cinematic telling of the Battle of Midway is a big, loud and extremely dopey action movie.
Matt Damon, an unusually cheerful Christian Bale and thrilling action make this fact-based auto-racing film immensely entertaining.
The unconventional rom-com offers honest, heartfelt commentary on personal and national identity.
The informative documentary takes a deep dive into the world of film sound.
The fact-based chronicle of a French priest's sexual abuse victims' lingering trauma is a must-see.
The animated adventure is a hilarious time at the movies.
In this documentary, Dennis Prager and Adam Carolla attempt to counter the vocal, sometimes violent left-wing activists who are silencing opposing voices on American college campuses.
Kristina Guckenberger and Edwin Arnaudin agree that Taika Waititi's anti-hate satire is an extraordinary melding of humor and heart — and one of the year's best films.
A smart, fun and surprisingly nonsuperfluous addition to the long-running sci-fi franchise.
Edward Norton's noir passion project is consistently good but never aspires to greatness.
The documentary about the notorious lawyer is must-see viewing for anyone who wants to better understand the world that produced his mentee, Donald J. Trump.
The corrupt cop thriller maintains suspense even in the face of audience disbelief.
This dramatization of the 1925 serum run to Nome is bound to leave theatergoers underwhelmed.