Rae gives a star-making performance as a somewhat aimless and, yes, insecure woman who’s not entirely sure how she feels about her job and her ...
The residents of one small French town attempting to make their way to safety as the German army marches across the countryside.
Meet a suburban couple with a nice house, two kids and money to waste on destroying each other.
J.J. Abrams and crew have come up with a somber, thoughtful and sometimes pretentious meditation on the nature of consciousness, along with Wild West gunfights.
Mike Colter plays a street-level brawler who's fighting back gravity.
Disney’s new family-friendly drama meticulously follows the beats of the inspirational sports movie.
This paean to courage and fortitude offers an alternative to recent superhero epics.
This is possibly the worst movie in the veteran director’s uneven career.
It's time once again to celebrate the best film about bowling, kidnapping and nihilism ever made.
Sharlto Copley gives what may be his first performance as a normal human being.
For fans who find even the footnotes worthwhile, there’s something to appreciate.
Mac is back—now with more violence and sex appeal, fitting in well with CBS' low-ambition crime dramas.