This documentary looks at the story of a priest that molested more than 200 deaf children.
This new psycho-comedy is directed by David O. Russell.
This last film reaches over into an extended wallow in camp.
A tour de force in the wrong direction.
Sam Mendes sends 007 into a battle that’s not just Bondian — it’s Oedipal, it’s biblical. And it’s absolutely thrilling.
Spielberg should make a prequel to this movie.
Soap operas featuring musicians are in a different league than all the rest.
It’s hard to take Sean Penn’s Kathy Griffin–does–Edward Scissorhands makeup job in seriously, but that’s kind of the point.
Enjoyable and likable, though you might find yourself twiddling your thumbs along the way.
No actor is as brilliant, or as cunning, as Denzel Washington at portraying superhuman coolness and the scary prospect of its loss.
How could two Oscar-nominated filmmakers (Curtis Hanson and Michael Apted) have worked on this stiff surfing movie?
This teen movie, directed by Gossip Girl's Josh Schwartz, has its moments.
David Edelstein vs. Kathryn Schulz ... GO!
Where's Morgan Freeman when you actually need him?
Seriously, just cut out the middle part.
A sexual coming-of-age movie. For a 38-year-old man in an iron lung.
Director Léos Carax is incapable of an impersonal shot.
When a genre comes to consist principally of movies like this, then it’s time to find some other way of getting your jollies.
Despite not being particularly funny, this Kevin James film gets a lot of mileage out of its star’s inherent likability.
Ben Affleck mashes up political thrills with movie-business satire in his new film.
Nicole Kidman does her best impersonation of a diva from outer space.
Rated PG-13, this sequel could have done with a tad more splatter.
The onslaught of quirk here is offset only by the onslaught of heavy-handed political allegory.
This Adam Sandler animated film is pleasantly disposable.
It's the year’s most exhilarating pick-me-up.