In a summer filled with disappointment, '47 Meters Down' is the splash of invigoration moviegoers might need.
My Cousin Rachel is a respectable, periodically engrossing but disappointingly moderate adaptation.
Zoe Lister-Jones' directorial debut 'Band Aid' is a dramedy wound worth opening.
Baywatch somehow holds less water than the show that inspired it.
Snatched finds Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn in search of laughs.
The Promise is a lavish, beautiful but woefully cluttered, uneven melodrama.
Free Fire isn't quite dynamite, but it's not a complete bust either.
Craig Johnson's Wilson isn't the perfect Daniel Clowes adaptation, but that's okay.
Yôsuke Kubozuka talks about working with Martin Scorsese on Silence, his troubled history, his reggae music career, working with Elizabeth Banks and more.
Disney's live-action Beauty and the Beast is more beastly than beautiful.
Oscar-nominated composer Marco Beltrami talks Logan, Angelina Jolie's First They Killed My Father, his minimalist Western approach and more.
Kong: Skull Island is big, loud, violent, hairy, colorful blockbuster fun.