It’s a lackluster slog through quips, chases and fistfights, plus Tom Cruise
The movie can’t decide whether to be a true-crime shlocker, a campy riff or a serious film
Hannes Holm’s Swedish dramedy about a grumpy old man hits expected beats while remaining winning
Docudrama recounts 200 British trial that pitted an historian against a Holocaust denier
New documentary looks at the growing militarization of the police
Japanese anime looks at the life of a young female artists in 19th-century Japan
Hey, the new people next door are spies! Funny!
When did loner assassins become such sympathetic figures?
A mish-mash of genres hobbles this period coming-of-age tale set in 1978 London
Andrea Arnold’s road-trip movie documents one girl’s coming of age, as well as the battered state of America
Taylor Tate’s adaptation of Paula Hawkins’ novel makes an unsatisfying transition to the big screen
Impressive footage of the dangers of catastrophic weather events omits information about climate change
Japanese bureaucracy is no match for a mega monster
The 31st annual event offers feature films, programs of shorts and parties
The film is best when it is a straightforward docudrama about Nat Turner
The monthly series for local and independent artists screens recent short work by three filmmakers
Peter Berg’s docudrama recounts the catastrophic events on the Gulf of Mexico drilling rig
A review of the new Disney film, Queen of Katwe.
Denzel Washington heads up a diverse group of gunslingers in this Western re-boot
A review of 'Morris From America.'
A scattering of whimsy and great sets can’t make Tim Burton’s film wholly engaging