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.
Conventional coming of age drama introduces promising newcomer Ryan Destiny.
As the first American feature film to shoot entirely in Cuba since 1959, Ben Chace's "Sin Alas (Without Wings)" is understandably fascinated by the vortices of history, the lingering scars of…
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.
The inspirational-teacher movie gets an effective, sober-minded iteration in "The Fencer," a fictional account drawn from the life of the legendary Estonian fencing master Endel Nelis, who in the…
The title may be "The Legend of Barney Thomson," but it's the protagonist's near-namesake, Emma Thompson, who earns all the glory in Scottish star Robert Carlyle's amiably uneven directorial debut.
A "Despicable Me" prequel that traces Gru's comic-relief henchmen all the way back to the time when they were single-celled organisms, "Minions" hilariously imagines centuries in which the little…
A bittersweet drama depicting young migrants' dreams of stardom inside China's so-called Hollywood of the East.
You can practically smell the blood, the sweat and the fierce actorly commitment rising from Jake Gyllenhaal's bruised and tattooed body in "Southpaw," a bluntly conventional melodrama about a…
"The Babushkas of Chernobyl" paints an affectionate portrait of a group of women who, after the 1986 Chernobyl disaster and evacuation, returned to the exclusion zone surrounding the nuclear power…
Not every New York gangster film has to be the equal of "The Godfather," and plenty of directors have made exorcism movies outside the shadow of William Friedkin. So it certainly ought to be possible…