What started as an intense, gripping thriller becomes a ridiculous cartoon.
Mike Birbiglia stays focused on the genuine camaraderie among the characters and never forgets the humor.
The film attempts to fit the future Obamas into a sort of Before Sunrise-style indie romance, with uneven results.
It's an enjoyable but slightly scuzzy movie for an actor who’s free to make them.
Pixar gets all the attention but Laika has built up a body of work nearly as impressive with a creative voice that’s just as distinctive.
Minor conflicts arise and build but nothing truly threatens the bond that these sisters have.
The filmmakers amp up the violence and focus on the revenge story.
There's just enough comedy to entice the audience while treating the true story it’s based on with appropriate seriousness.
In a bleak landscape, a pair of outlaw brothers and a weary lawman do what they can to bring a little sanity to their hardscrabble ...
Meryl Streep plays the famously bad singer.
The film focuses on a French Red Cross volunteer in Poland after World War II who discovers nuns at a nearby convent have been forcibly ...
It's an ensemble piece with nearly a dozen main characters, telling origin stories for half of them.