“Paper Towns,” a somewhat tepid adaptation of John Green’s YA novel, resists the temptation to overreach.
Jake Gyllenhaal impresses in ‘Southpaw,’ an otherwise by-the-numbers boxing drama.
“Unexpected” would have benefited from more screen time with the compelling and confident Gail Bean.
With Joaquin Phoenix leading the way, the director seeks to infuse a murder mystery with moral heft.
Comedian and actress brings fresh humor and feeling to the R-rated raunch-com genre.
Movie about transgendered sex workers in L.A. bursts with humor, compassion and visual brio.
Documentary reaffirms Winehouse’s reputation as a musician, while indicting tabloid culture.
Ryan Reynolds, Ben Kingsley and Matthew Goode can’t elevate this pedestrian thriller.
Miroslav Slaboshpitsky’s film combines formal elegance with grim pessimism and violence.
“The Other Side of the Wind,” a film that Welles had been workingwhen he died in 1985, has been taken up by a few of the director’s friends in the hopes that they can piece “it together for release by the end of this year.