Despite a strong performance by Emily Blunt, “The Girl on the Train” loses momentum as it goes rather than gaining it.
In the first entry of his new column, Sam paints his face blue and straps in for the 1995 war epic "Braveheart."
"Silence" represents the culmination of a great filmmaker’s cinematic representation of his own struggles with faith and religion — which aren't the same thing.
Ben Affleck certainly knows how to shoot himself as a director, and how to shoot himself in the foot as a screenwriter.
“The Accountant” isn’t a bad movie, it just forgets itself. In trying too hard to be both Jason Bourne and Will Hunting, it wanders into absurdity.
"Hidden Figures" earns its inspiration by understanding the hard-fought ways in which cultural perseverance factors into equations larger than any of us.
A generous and gentle exploration of the anguish that comes before death, "A Monster Calls" belongs on any list of the year's best films.
Christopher Lloyd of The Film Yap gives his list of the Top 10 Films of 2016, along with other worthy cinematic achievements.