"Captain America: Civil War" may be the 13th entry in the "Marvel Cinematic Universe," but with compelling characters, smart pacing and clever action, it proves the series is just hitting its stride.
A bold mix of steampunk mythology and historical revisionism, "April and the Extraordinary World" is a better idea than the final film.
A well-made but run-of-the-mill hostage story about four punk rockers fighting back against their neo-Nazi captors.
Like Amy Schumer with "Trainwreck," the duo behind "Key and Peele" that it's a long jump from television comedy to feature films.
Despite many flaws, this entertaining, female-driven modern fairytale distances itself from its predecessor while capitalizing on its strongest draws.
In trying to embrace Miles Davis's inventiveness, Don Cheadle errs on the side of fancifulness over coherence. It doesn’t degrade the power of his performance.
Richard Linklater's latest (and, I think, best) film is a haze of partying, drinking, doping, dancing and sex that unexpectedly segues into mystical profundity.
A mix of stunning CGI creatures and nods to the 1967 animated classic, "The Jungle Book" is a kid-pleasing mashup of somethings old and new.