Sporadically very funny, mostly very tedious, and sometimes truly vile.
Two feature-worthy stories compete for space in "1989," a compelling account of Hungary's quiet but crucial role in the fall of the Iron Curtain.
Middling "Miss Meadows" blends black comedy, character study and thriller elements into a mixture that doesn't quite gel.
At the risk of suggesting that "Horrible Bosses 2" has a compelling reason to exist, it's worth noting that the movie does function, on one level, as an anti-capitalist revenge fantasy aimed at the…
A half-century on from Martin Luther King Jr.'s historic voting-rights march from Selma, Alabama to the state capitol in Montgomery, director Ava DuVernay revisits those events with startling…
Charming in small doses, DreamWorks Animation's "Penguins of Madagascar" prove altogether less irresistible in their feature length debut.
A skillful, straightforward combat picture gradually develops into something more complex and ruminative in Clint Eastwood's "American Sniper."
Though the psychology turns facile, this intense drama about yearning for paternal affection, and the way teens use sex as a way of controlling situations around them, holds interest thanks largely…
The exclamation point that went AWOL from the second installment of Debbie Isitt's "Nativity!" franchise returns in grammatically dubious fashion for the brazenly titled "Nativity 3: Dude, Where's My…
What's blue and white and read all over? That would be Doraemon, a time-traveling robot cat from the 22nd century who ranks as the all-time most popular comicbook (or "manga") character among…