The capper in the 'Maze Runner' YA trilogy offers action, Dylan O'Brien, young people in Henley T's and lessons in friendship, post-apocalyptic style.
A bigoted U.S. Army captain escorts one of his sworn enemies to his ancestral burial ground in Scott Cooper's handsome if frustrating tale of late 19th century redemption
Taking a page out of Gothic romance, Paul Thomas Anderson reunites with Daniel Day-Lewis in a bracing, bizarre story set in the high fashion world of 1950s London.
Chris Hemsworth and Michael Shannon lead the charge in a story of U.S. Army Special Forces, in unlikely alliance with the Afghan "horse soldiers," against the Taliban
In a sidewinding LA crime story of LA County sheriffs vs. LA County miscreants, Gerard Butler matches wits with Pablo Shreiber, with O'Shea Jackson Jr. as the man in the middle.
'Forever My Girl' is country-flavored romantic escapism that (for once) is written and directed by women
Katie Walsh reviews "Forever My Girl," a female-written and directed romance that will appeal to country music fans and lovers of sweet escapism.
Set in 1983 Italy, Luca Guadagnino's tale of summer love and sweet heartbreak is a 2017 highlight. Timothee Chalamet, Armie Hammer and Michael Stuhlbarg head the cast.
Liam Neeson races the clock aboard a commuter train in director Jaume Collet-Serra's fourth vehicle (not the worst, not the best) with the action star.
Brash, fast-moving biopic of championship skater Tonya Harding (a fierce Margot Robbie), her craven, abusive husband and a questionable plan to get ahead
Steven Spielberg, with eyes on Frank Capra as well as "All the President's Men," directs Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks in the story of The Washington Post's battle to publish the Pentagon Papers under a president who saw the press as "the enemy."
Swapping Christopher Plummer for Kevin Spacey works just fine for this slick but routine account of a Getty kidnapping, co-starring Michelle Williams and Mark Wahlberg.
"Pitch Perfect 3" jettisons the body humor for action-adventure, and leans so far into the weird that it's very, very strange, yet sometimes amusing. 2.5 stars
Guillermo del Toro dreams up a one-of-a-kind Cold War fantasy, in which a mute cleaning lady (Sally Hawkins) falls for an undersea monster with a sensitive side.
As prime minister Winston Churchill, a leader on the brink of war, Gary Oldman guides director Joe Wright's juicy biopic all the way
“Father Figures” is, ostensibly, a movie. I'm pretty sure it is. Moving images were projected, along with recorded sound, which indicates it is a movie, but the effect was so listless, low-energy and profoundly unentertaining that I jotted down in my notes “what even IS this?”
Writer-director Rian Johnson's middle installment of the trilogy begun with "The Force Awakens" is the zingiest "Star Wars" movie since the Empire struck back
The peaceful spirit of Ferdinand the bull is celebrated in the film, directed by Carlos Saldanha, but the rather sparse story has been filled out with the typical animated feature fare. 2 stars
The first collaboration between Oscar winners Morgan Freeman and Tommy Lee Jones should be a union that makes audiences cheer, particularly with an experienced filmmaker like Ron Shelton.
'The Disaster Artist' review: James Franco's ode to a schlock auteur and his 'so bad, it's good' flop
Tommy Wiseau's cult spectacular, the world's best worst movie according to many, inspires a fond but forgettable biopic from a couple of Francos.
Director Joachim Trier's "Thelma" centers on a young Norwegian college student from a religious family who has disturbing, supernatural seizures when she experiences a fierce attraction to another girl.
Frances McDormand stars as the mother of a murder victim seeking justice in writer-director Martin McDonagh's revenge drama.
In the 1950s, a young woman discovers God through the Catholic Church and follows a path to serving him into the turbulent '60s.
In a terrible slump, author Charles Dickens desperately sets out to write and self-publish a book that might feed his family.
A showy role for the splendid Denzel Washington, but "Nightcrawler" director Dan Gilroy struggles with his story of an LA legal eagle on the ropes.
Saoirse Ronan and Laurie Metcalf star in writer-director Greta Gerwig's lovely comedy-drama set in Sacramento, "the Midwest of California." It may be the year's most beguiling film
A wonderful message about tolerance, acceptance, understanding and respect starring Julia Roberts, Jacob Tremblay. 3 stars
From the author of "Hugo," a beguiling riddle set in 1920s and 1970s New York intertwines the story of two deaf characters generations apart
Thor, the Hulk and the most welcome Valkyrie (thank you, Tessa Thompson) find themselves in an intergalactic "Road" movie, to clever but mixed results.
The movie starring Matt Damon and Julianne Moore is irritating, faux-edgy, tonally wack, strained, unfunny, and such a colossally tone-deaf misfire. 1 star
'Goodbye Christopher Robin' review: Origin story of Pooh beset by script heffalumps and casting woozles
In the 1920s, A.A. Milne gave a world reeling from World War I gentle books inspired by his only child and the boy's stuffed-animal friends. The British author
Michael Fassbender stars as the leader of an elite detective squad who fears a dormant serial killer is back in action.
Josh Brolin, Miles Teller and Taylor Kitsch star in fact-based account of the deadly 2013 Yarnell, Ariz., wildfires and the men who fought them.
'Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House' review: Unpersuasive history lesson of Deep Throat
Deep Throat drama 'Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House' stays mostly on the surface. 2 stars
In "The Foreigner," Jackie Chan stars as a London businessman forced to face his violent past when his teenage daughter is taken from him.
In a horror twist on "Groundhog Day," a college student experiences her death over and over again until she unmasks her murderer in "Happy Death Day."
Ryan Gosling searches for Harrison Ford and the key to humanity's future in Denis Villeneuve's brooding, methodical, visually splendid sequel
Summer 1891, a man travels to a small French village to investigate the final weeks of artist Vincent Van Gogh in this animated tale in which every frame was painted by hand.
'Battle of the Sexes' review: Emma Stone scores as Billie Jean King in crowd-pleasing study in love matches
Review of the movie about the Billie Jean King-Bobby Riggs tennis match, starring Emma Stone and Steve Carell
Judi Dench and Ali Fazal star in Stephen Frears' film about the Queen of England's deep and trusting friendship with an Indian clerk.
In the spirit of "Before Sunrise," this elegant feature directorial debut stars John Cho and Haley Lu Richardson as opposites, attracting, amid the modernist landscape of Columbus, I
Righteous kills and rah-rah black ops tactics abound in film version of the Mitch Rapp action franchise, starring Dylan O'Brien and Michael Keaton.
This world doesn't quite exist, but it's an exceedingly pleasant place to escape to for a couple of hours. 3 stars
Hard time for crime he didn't commit: Lakeith Stanfield and former NFL player NFL player Nnamdi Asomugha star in "Crown Heights," a hit at the Sundance Film Festival.
A married woman in 17th century Amsterdam and her lover stake their hopes of running away together on the tulip bulb market. Overenthusiastic editing has robbed the tale of character development.
Starring Noomi Rapace, "Unlocked" proves to be a satisfying action thriller starring one of the most exciting current female action stars. 3 stars.
At its gooey center, "I Do ... Until I Don't" is like vanilla cake. It is sweet, but generally there's nothing that memorable about it. 2.5 stars
It’s hard to know what to make of the protagonist of “The Only Living Boy in New York,” a dour but idealistic aspiring writer in his early 20s who, when he
An orphan dreams of going to Paris to become a dancer, while her best friend hopes to become a famous inventor in this animated tale.
John Corbett stars as a pastor who teams with a group of Burmese refugees to save a church he was sent to close in the American heartland.
In "The Hitman's Bodyguard," A routine action vehicle gets retooled as a nattering Samuel L. Jackson/Ryan Reynolds action comedy.