Shia LaBeouf is solid playing a grizzled Marine trying to find his wife and son in a post-apocalyptic world, but "Man Down" wanders too much.
An inspiring documentary about a Mongolian girl who dreams of becoming the first female of her people to hunt with eagles.
Disney delivers with this instant classic that's part anthropology, part mythology and pure imagination.
The most atypical Robert Zemeckis film yet — sacrificing his burnished gentleness and wowing spectacle for something gruff and grim but supremely entertaining.
This understated yet moving tale of the interracial couple who inspired a landmark Supreme Court decision is one of the year's best.
Although it doesn’t quite live up to its legacy, “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” is a promising return to the Harry Potter franchise.
“The Edge of Seventeen” is a keener and truer take on teendom than we’ve seen in a while.
Ostensibly an alien invasion story, “Arrival” tackles conflict of whether mankind's communication may come together or cloister tighter, compromise or collapse.