'The Last Laugh' is a specific case-study of linking tragedy with humor.
'The Great Wall' wants to tell a story that crosses all cultural divides, yet trivializes the contributions of the non-American cast
If Everlasting succeeds in any regard, it will make viewers feel fortunate to know that nothing else released this year could be harder to sit through
'The Founder' has the same filler as every bio-pic about a complicated man, but Michael Keaton relishes, pun-intended, every opportunity to steal the show.
Fewer genre trappings may keep La La Land from being a great musical, but, as a cynical response to the cost of ambition, the film stands on its own merit.
Though overstuffed, '20th Century Women' creates a microscope slide of a time and place not unlike our own.
'Fences is an opportunity to watch two of the greatest actors ever spar with the tenacity of a heavyweight championship on the line.
'Frank and Lola' marks the debut of a filmmaker who has a touch for the mind-game genre.
Looking back at Darren Aronofsky's 'The Fountain' after 10 years
A deeply distressed Naomi Watts is traditionally an indicator of a quality horror film, but 'Shut In' is definitely not that.
'The Uncondemned' makes all too real the brutality of rape culture and the wide-spread silence that enables it to survive.
'Hamilton's America' will appease both the Ken Burns documentary crowd and 'Hamilton' fanatics.