The latest fantasy epic from the Peter Jackson brain trust struggles to move its treads.
The PG-13 cut of the R-rated summer hit offers a few new laughs, but little else.
James Wan brings a welcome wealth of color and camp alike to this objectively ridiculous comic adaptation.
Jenkins’ adaptation of James Baldwin’s 1974 novel is nuanced, delicately realized, and utterly beguiling.
This thoughtful, delicately realized piece demands to be seen on the biggest possible screens.
Miles Morales dons the webslinger’s mask in this unbelievable, visually stunning animated feature.
Paris Hilton, what hath thou wrought?
This violent, grimly shot take on the Jungle Book story struggles to find new things to say with the story.
This lavish update of the Mary/Elizabeth saga finds depths in its period trappings that the script rarely earns.
Natalie Portman wastes her time in a two-hour cinematic extravagance.
Matt Dillon is captivating in this Dantesque meditation on art, life, and carnal desires.
The charm may wear thin too early, but this kitschy vehicle has “sleepover classic” written all over it.