The icy blue eyes of notorious Boston crime boss James "Whitey" Bulger stare out from the screen in Scott Cooper's "Black Mass" like the gaze of some confident jungle predator calmly lying in wait.
The Deepwater Horizon oil spill takes a back seat to the sticky personal and career complications of an idealistic Louisiana congressman in "The Runner."
The ferocious rhymes of hip-hop icons N.W.A.'s controversial 1988 anthem "F--k tha Police" scarcely seem to have aged when they blast on to the soundtrack of "Straight Outta Compton."
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Midway through "Vacation," the intrepid Griswold clan unwittingly take a dip in a lake filled with human excrement, which is roughly how most viewers will feel after this miserably unfunny reboot.
The sins of the high-school cafeteria come home to roost in "The Gift," a coolly unsettling thriller that begins as an unironic homage to late-'80s/early-'90s yuppies-in-peril dramas.
"I feel like I have enough work now that, if I died, my 'in memorium' reel would be impressive," joked Judd Apatow as he took to the stage of the Film Society of Lincoln Center Monday night for a…
The old truism that one man's gold is another man's garbage gives life to Corneliu Porumboiu's sandpaper-dry caper comedy.
A brand new you that just might be the old someone else is the quandary at the center of "Self/less."
The magical teddy bear with the heart of gold and the mouth of potty is back in "Ted 2," and so is writer-director-star Seth MacFarlane's mischievous mojo.
All that glitters may not be gold, but whatever it is, it's sure to be found somewhere in "Any Body Can Dance 2," the insanely exuberant sequel to 2013's Bollywood/hip-hop 3D dance extravaganza.
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