An unfocused but often touching look at family and relationships in the mid-’90s.
A different kind of giant monster movie, with a striking pair of performances at its center.
Al Gore’s follow-up to An Inconvenient Truth offers a similar message, but a bleaker one.
A coming-of-age story rooted in small-town gangland, full of quiet merits.
The reset of the xXx series is enjoyably ridiculous but visually incoherent.
Michael Keaton makes burgers and fries with a meat and potatoes script.
M. Night Shyamalan’s latest thriller shines, thanks to a powerful lead performance.
A balanced and graceful examination of youth, mental illness, and mythology.
Peter Berg’s recounting of the Boston Marathon bombing is at once earnest and near-exploitative.
An uneven, overstuffed crime thriller that fails its few striking performances.
Mike Mills’ ode to his mother doubles as an achingly funny return to the ’70s.
A historical tale of unsung NASA heroes that overachieves on the strength of its leading turns.