A rich, likely divisive take on a dystopian world out to eliminate emotions.
The true-crime tale lands in a palatable space between camp and genuine pathos.
A sports-and-family drama that never offers more than its many cliches.
Eddie Murphy’s first film in four years is an unusually bad melodrama.
Tom Tykwer’s adaptation of the Dave Eggers novel gets lost in a riot of tonal approaches.
A bit of historical fan fiction boosted by a livewire rendition of the King.
Demetri Martin’s directorial debut unfavorably recalls other indie coming-of-age dramedies.