Ron Howard delivers the most entertaining sequel for the franchise since the ’80s.
This ensemble rom-com aimed at older moviegoers doesn’t give its venerable actors enough to do.
Ramin Bahrani’s adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s classic novel never finds its spark.
Ryan Reynolds returns with fistfuls of in-jokes, bullets, and fan service for those who want it most.
An angry, deeply human portrait of faith, responsibility, and radicalism.
A cleverly inventive take on the race-against-time thriller that makes the most of its gimmick.
Carrey stars as an obsessive cop chasing a sadistic author whose books might solve a murder.
A college comedy that coasts on the strengths of its endlessly charming lead.
Joseph Kahn tackles the messiness of modern cultural dialogue, and (mostly) succeeds.
A stirring, genre-bending drama sustained by its engaged central trio of stars.
A wealth of style can’t rescue this derivative fetishization of ’90s crime movie tropes.
David and Nathan Zellner find a new frontier within the Western genre.