'Always Shine' is a purposeful, near masterful thriller with agency and conviction.
A Song For You: The Austin City Limits Story isn't perfect, but it can groove.
With election 2016 underway, let's compare the parties through their controversial propaganda cinema: Hillary's America vs. Michael Moore in TrumpLand.
Trolls is a return-to-form for DreamWorks Animation, in all the wrong ways.
'Doctor Strange' is both fresh and familiar in its peculiar sorcery.
Mel Gibson's 'Hacksaw Ridge' is a gruesome, blood-splattered pacifist tale that finds salvation almost in spite of itself.
'Jack Reacher: Never Go Back' doesn't return to the original's heights.
Coming Through the Rye is simply too phony.
'The Accountant' is a puzzle that never comes into place.
Tate Taylor's 'The Girl on the Train' can exit at the next stop, please.
Nate Parker's 'The Birth of a Nation' is a film defined by its convictions, and one that shouldn't be ignored or taken lightly.
Maximum Ride is one of the worst YA adaptations ever made.