Michael Bay’s latest exercise in mega-budget excess proves that the series is running out of fuel.
Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon’s rom-com is an instant great in the genre.
Brian Knappenberger takes a long view of what the destruction of Gawker means for modern media.
The long-gestating Tupac biopic is a surface-level and sometimes ugly simplification of a complex life.
Colin Trevorrow’s return to indie filmmaking is a deeply unorthodox drama, for better and (mostly) worse.
It’s ridiculous, it’s all over the place, but hey, it’s a fun time.
The latest entry in Pixar’s kid-friendliest series is a decent return to its more innocent roots.
An appealing look at the world of film music composition and a host of its top names.
Sam Elliott’s vulnerable leading turn distinguishes an otherwise tired story of late redemption.
Oren Uziel’s Netflix original makes clever use of its reverse storytelling, but leaves no lasting impression.
Salma Hayek is the gentle soul of Miguel Arteta’s bitterly topical dramedy.
Shocker: Universal is more concerned with building a franchise than an actual film.