"When he loved something, he could barely contain himself."
It's so magical it even makes Roberto Benigni appealing.
You might spend the whole movie beating your head against the floor to make it stop.
A performance of the Shakespeare classic will screen tonight in more than 500 theaters across the U.S.
It’s hard to get on and harder to stay on Todd Solondz’s wavelength, but his films are worth the near-constant recalibrations.
The stately prequel has none of Alien's visceral punch but no long dull stretches of cat-searching, either.
The dwarves in this dark film don't do much singing.
Steer clear of Men in Black III, check out Battleship.
There's still talent here in the performances of Josh Brolin and an underrated Jemaine Clement.
If you’re marveling at the irony of Americans and Japanese teaming up to fight an alien sneak attack at Pearl Harbor, you ain’t seen nothing yet.
Sacha Baron Cohen's latest is loose and silly and occasionally exhilarating.
Burton-Depp was a great partnership for a while, but the director needs a new mascot.
Jason Segel and Emily Blunt star in this charming film with an odd message.
The Projectionist checks in.
The movie is lean and fast and endlessly upending, and unlike most modern crash-and-bash films, you can actually follow the car chases and fisticuffs.
It's a rousing film, with so much texture that once it gets you, you're good and got.
Carrey triumphs, by playing Steven as a man who plays other people.
I can't help liking a movie with chameleon reaction shots.
David Edelstein and Miranda Siegel duke it out.
My daughter forgave me for taking her to this, but yours may not.
Scene by scene, 'The Next Three Days' feels off.
Danny Boyle gives us a music-video-style exercise. There's nothing to take home apart from the dwindling memory of sensation.
The Mexican film 'Nora's Will,' in its wry, understated way, is a far more searching depiction of life after death than Clint Eastwood's mawkishly supernatural film.
The movie has an aura of hipness and a cast to die (in a hail of gunfire) for, but nothing can quite get it airborne.
What female star wouldn’t jump at such Oscar bait? Prepare the net: Here comes Hilary Swank!