This chronicle of an epic clash between two equally worthy factions, led by Captain America and Iron Man, proves as remarkable for its dramatic coherence and thematic unity as for its dizzyingly…
Cultures collide in "First Monday in May," a behind-the-scenes peek at the making of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's 2015 exhibition "China: Through the Looking Glass" and its premiere courtesy of…
Neatly balancing absurdism and bittersweet reality, this offbeat German angle on alcoholism has a key fantasy aspect that takes some time revealing itself.
The show's not over 'til the flat lady sings in "Florence Foster Jenkins," Stephen Frears' bright, bubbly and suitably ear-bursting biopic of surely the least gifted chanteuse ever to sell out…
After all the other long-deferred sequels that have come and gone this year, "Barbershop: The Next Cut" can't help but feel like a model of form, durability and purpose.
The Chinese crime caper "Chongqing Hot Pot" is a gas for the first 20 minutes but can't keep its tasty elements sizzling the whole way through.
Japanese director Shunji Iwai rudely tears up the phony promise of marriage and bourgeois life in "A Bride for Rip Van Winkle," a cruel yet riveting tale of a young wife's inexorable fall from grace.
In what was meant to be his English-language debut, Pedro Almodovar optioned a trio of short stories by Pulitzer-winning Canadian author Alice Munro about a Vancouver woman named Juliet Henderson…
Considering the number of bad high-concept action-movie ideas that have passed all the way through development, the notion of adapting "Flowers for Algernon" into a Luc Besson-style hyperviolent spy…
No coat hangers were harmed in Gayle Kirschenbaum's fraught bond with her mother, a former Long Island matron now retired, but feisty as ever, in Florida.
Melissa McCarthy remains one of the most reliably funny actors alive — a truth that frequently rescues, but doesn't really redeem, this sloppy comedy.