Kristen Stewart shines in a middling biopic about actress Jean Seberg.
Put any doubts about this film aside and buckle up for a wild cinematic ride that goes beyond the “is she or isn’t she crazy?” premise.
Disappearance at Clifton Hill is a moody and surreal neo-noir that transforms Niagara Falls into a haunting border town.
John Turturro reprises his beloved Big Lebowski character.
'Emma' is a top shelf adaptation, especially thanks to a scene-stealing performance by Miranda Hart.
Takashi Miike's First Love is a zany yakuza bloodbath and an unexpectedly great date movie.
The first episode of the seventh and final season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars is finally here and it’s a doozy.
The Night Clerk explores loneliness, voyeurism, and authenticity in a half-baked De Palma-style thriller.
A disturbing and bone-chilling atmospheric horror from the directors of Goodnight Mommy that will leave viewers divided.
Our critic reviews the film based on the Sonic the Hedgehog games on which he grew up.
VFW recreates the exploitation genre’s blood-thirsty highs and campy lows to deliver a reverential throwback that revels in depravity.
Serves up a dish full of bitter truths, which its toxic chef (Aaron Abrahms) is reluctant to swallow.
American remake of Force Majeure is enjoyable enough, especially for those who don't know what they're missing.
To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You sees Lara Jean’s former crush show up just as her relationship with Peter becomes real.
Gelbakhiani's fresh and appealing face and skill on the dance floor keep the romantic melodrama feeling lighter than it should, always giving you something to cling to even when other aspects of the film don't work that well.