An NBA lockout forces an agent to address basketball's racial disparity in High Flying Bird, starring Zazie Beetz, Andre Holland
Low brow humor and a healthy sprinkling of F-bombs delivers laugh out loud moments for star Taraji P. Henson in What Men Want.
Rory Culkin leads a group of sociopaths with little regard for their Christian upbringing, escalate their rhetoric to violence in Lords of Chaos.
An alien invasion from the Systar System forces Emmet Brickowski back in action.
Robert Rodriguez and James Cameron's adaptation of the classic cyberpunk manga Alita: Battle Angel is a special effects marvel.
Jake Gyllenhaal and Rene Russo star in Velvet Buzzsaw, a horror satire of modern art dealers coming to Netflix.
A snowplow driver targets the drug lord who murdered his son, in the bloody and often humorous remake Cold Pursuit.
Mads Mikkelsen stars as a crashed pilot, struggling to survive a brutally cold wilderness in Arctic.
Stan & Ollie is a touching, hilarious tribute to the legendary comedy team of Laurel & Hardy.
The acclaimed Danish actor also discusses his role as The Black Kaiser in Netflix's Polar.
Michael Caine leads a geriatric gang of bank robbers in the infamous true story King of Thieves.
The Dark Horse Comics adaptation Polar, starring Mads Mikkelsen, drags as simplistic characters plod through mindless carnage.
Serenity, starring Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway, is an early contender for the worst film of 2019 as director Steven Knight delivers an epic clunker.
Director Joe Cornish follows Attack the Block with his brilliant new take on the Arthurian Legend The Kid Who Would be King.
An elite bodyguard protects a wealthy heiress from mysterious assailants in Close, based on true facts.
The Death of Superman concludes with four new heroes vying to be the Man of Steel.
The Horde strikes again, but Mr. Glass and the poncho'd Overseer fall flat in M. Night Shyamalan's sequel to Unbreakable and Split.
A grieving woman lives in her mother's shed and makes short films with her thumbs.
Talented leads Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart save The Upside with their physical comedy.