J.Lo shines in this flawed, joyful and empowering fact-based crime dramedy.
James Gray's dramatic sci-fi adventure uses familiar tropes to set the stage for a deeply personal and evocative space odyssey.
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.
The late, great syndicated columnist is celebrated in this energetic biodoc.
The film offers pretty much everything a fan could want from a feature-length continuation of the beloved "Masterpiece" series.
John Crowley constructs a passable Reader’s Digest gloss on Donna Tartt’s great novel.
The jazz legend gets a biodoc worthy of his immense talents.
The conclusion of the beloved Stephen King story is a major step down from the previous installment.
The disappointing documentary offers a surface-level look at a remarkable talent.
An overachieving opening hour gives way to cliché-filled drudgery in this supernatural thriller.
A wounded veteran returns to his first love — motocross racing — in this rad throwback sports movie.
A talented cast is wasted thanks to dull writing and flat direction in this remake of the 2006 Best Foreign Language Oscar nominee.
The psychological thriller challenges viewers to consider their inherent biases as a student and teacher grapple for power in the wake of a school-based incident.
The documentary about the famed singer-songwriter is a remarkable achievement.
Jillian Bell's honest portrayal of a woman looking to turn her life around powers this inspiring dramedy with plenty of heart.
A captivating, harrowing narrative documentary about Hatidze Muratova, Europe’s last female wild beekeeper.
The powerful documentary about China's one-child policy is an important exposé of a traumatic human rights violation.
Gerard Butler returns for another noisy, bloody spin as Secret Service agent Mike Banning.
A strange mix of classism and traditionalism become the hunting ground upon which they're eviscerated in this horror flick that doesn’t shy away from comedy as a tool to point out its own absurdity.
The fact-based dramedy is a passionate yet awkward testament to the power of Bruce Springsteen’s music.
Set on the Outer Banks, the funny, heartwarming adventure is nearly undone by a rushed final act.