An ironically titled, coolly damning portrait of French NGO workers embroiled in the overseas adoption trade.
A sprawling, blistering state-of-the-union address that presents Chicago's South Side as a cesspool of black-on-black violence, gang warfare, gun worship and macho misogyny, ruled by unbreakable…
A foreign-language Oscar winner gets a clever but workmanlike Hollywood retooling in "Secret in Their Eyes," a time-shuffling tale of murder, corruption, paranoia and the many varieties of obsession.
Serving up a sweet tale of interspecies friendship and a stunning prehistoric vision of the American Northwest, "The Good Dinosaur" is easily one of the great landscape films of 2015, even if what…
How we regard the sins of the fathers is shown to be an inescapably personal matter in "What Our Fathers Did."
Angelina Jolie Pitt pulls off a halfway compelling trick with "By the Sea," an unapologetic vanity project that strains and occasionally succeeds in turning its own beautiful inertia into a virtue.
If the hysterical overreaction by police unions across the country weren't enough of a sign that Quentin Tarantino was right to speak out at last month's Rise Up October protest, then surely the…
This emotionally charged, theologically astute directing debut from longtime documentary producer Abigail E. Disney feels entirely welcome for its sharp, intelligent presentation of a rarely aired…
Eyes will be duly popped and imaginations stirred by "Journey to Space," a valedictory tribute to NASA's past accomplishments that offers a sneak preview of the agency's exciting next frontier.
Unless they've started handing out merit badges for breast groping and butt chewing, don't expect any prizes for "Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse," a witless undead retread served up as a…
A number of films this year have called important, sometimes inadvertent attention to our culture of workaholism.