Hail, Caesar! has no lack of star power, but falls decidedly flat in insufferably dull stretches.
The Finest Hours is a great film and worthy testament to the bravery of the U.S. Coast Guard, in theaters this weekend.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens easily lives up to its mammoth hype, but it is not flawless, nor is it better than the original trilogy.
97% Spoiler Free! Director J.J. Abrams has made a true follow-up to Return of the Jedi with The Force Awakens, and most fans will not be disappointed.
The Big Short is a layman's guide to understanding how sub-prime mortgage lending led to a devastating global recession.
Leonardo DiCaprio delivers one of the year's most powerful performances in Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's The Revenant.
Creed is a winner and a sublime achievement that all audiences are going to love.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 is heavy on the melodrama, but it picks up speed and delivers an ending that packs a wallop.
Filmmaker Charlie Kaufman makes his long-awaited return with Anomalisa, a stunning stop motion film that might be among the year's best.
Director Werner Herzog brings Gertrude Bell's life to the big screen with an utterly flat, albeit stunning drama starring Nicole Kidman.
Director Michael Moore brings his new documentary Where to Invade Next to AFI Fest in Hollywood before opening in theaters next month.
Spectre is a nod to the classic scenes, characters, and imagery from Bond lore, it is formulaic but spectacular nonetheless.
Bradley Cooper is not believable as a Michelin starred chef in the new comedic drama Burnt, in theaters today.
The Last Witch Hunter has a promising occult plot and great VFX, but is derailed by poor acting and disjointed action scenes.
Tales of Halloween brings some of today's biggest horror stars and directors together for a tense, blood-soaked anthology film unlike any other.
In a world filled with distrust, Bridge of Spies portrays the virtue of principle in a masterful film from Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks.
The Martian is the movie Interstellar should have been; Director Ridley Scott delivers his best film since Gladiator.
Tobey Maguire gives a career best performance as the brilliant, but erratic chess champion Bobby Fischer in Pawn Sacrifice.
A textbook for brilliant ensemble acting, Johnny Depp is ruthless, calculating, and magnetic in Black Mass.
The Visit is another woeful outing from a director that has inundated us with terrible films over the past two decades.
The Transporter Refueled has a ludicrous and wafer thin plot, but fans of the franchise will enjoy it.
The nightmare scenario depicted in No Escape is so terrifying, even the most skeptical viewer will be enthralled.
A comedic take on the CIA's infamous MK Ultra program could have been great, but American Ultra falls woefully short.
The Man from U.N.C.L.E is an ultra-stylish throwback to the spy genre of the sixties and the perfect way to cap off summer.
It's mind boggling how so many good parts could be assembled into such a bad movie, the Fantastic Four reboot is appalling.
Despite the shortcomings of the plot, Rogue Nation is a summer blockbuster that delivers the popcorn goods.
The powerhouse performance of star Jake Gyllenhaal lifts the boxing drama Southpaw to a raw, emotional high.
What starts as a drizzle becomes a hurricane of action and special effects as Ant-Man kicks into high gear during its second half.
'Minions' swings wildly from inventive and hilarious, to oddly dark and boring in stretches.
Marvel's Ant-Man brings Phase Two to a close in thrilling and hilarious ways while looking forward to Phase Three.
'Terminator Genisys' is not remotely on par with the greatness of the first two, but is a definite improvement over the last installment.
Arnold Schwarzenegger shows that even robots and franchises can show their age in Terminator: Genisys, in theaters July 1.
Ted 2 may not be as good as the original, but it still entertains enough to warrant a trip to the theater.
Pixar's Inside Out is a sad, emotionally loaded film that drains any initial exuberance like a faucet.
If you're only watching Jurassic World to see CGI dinosaurs eat people, then you'll get your money's worth.
The delightful awe of Colin Trevorrow's Jurassic World is sure to make you nostalgic for the original 1993 Jurassic Park.
The Entourage movie has the same celebrity worshipping narcissism and sexual objectification that made the TV series a hit for HBO.
San Andreas asks you to check your brain at the door, sit back and enjoy CGI buildings toppling like Legos.
Brad Bird's sci-fi adventure Tomorrowland starts off brilliantly as a mystery, then devolves into a series of chases.
Mad Max Fury Road is a full throttle symphony of mayhem and exhilaration that will blow audiences out of their chairs.