In retrospect, perhaps there were only two ways that Hong Kong action pioneer Dante Lam’s "Operation Mekong," based on the story of the 2011 "Mekong Massacre," could have gone. Either the gravity of…
The specter of celebrity activism hangs heavily over "Before the Flood," Fisher Stevens' documentary travelogue of Leonardo DiCaprio's endeavors to combat global climate change. Yet at times, that…
Gordian Maugg is more interested in Dan Brown style mythologizing than in truth, and his b&w pseudo bio pic of Fritz Lang is a fictionalized mess.
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A damning vision of Israel targeting the socialization of children in a battle-focused nation where animalistic alpha male posturing creates a society marked by cold-blooded cruelty.
Tiffany (Diamond White), the spoiled princess heroine of “Tyler Perry's Boo! A Madea Halloween,” is 17 years old, which means that she must have been around five when Perry's first movie came out…
For those who never saw 2012's "Jack Reacher," Tom Cruise played a former Army military police commander who, disillusioned with the job, grabbed his toothbrush and hit the road. In "Jack Reacher…
"I feel like I'm dreaming," says young Dasy to her sister Viola over halfway into "Indivisible", and it's a sentiment likely to be echoed by audiences.
“Michael Moore in TrumpLand” arrives as a sneak attack. The movie was shot 11 days ago, and it was only over the weekend that Moore arranged to have it premiere on Oct. 18 at New York's IFC Center…
No American actor has ever been cast in the role of James Bond. But given how often British actors are now hired to play Americans (do most audiences even know that performers from Carey Mulligan to…
The rare horror sequel made with considerably more wit, craft, and imagination than its predecessor, "Ouija: Origin of Evil" feels less like the continuation of a budding franchise than an apology…
There's a reason why “Fame,” the 1980 dancing-in-the-streets teen schlock opera, is fondly remembered. It had one of those timeless guilty-pleasure theme songs, and it touched a generation newly…