The Disney classic kicked off a golden age of animation, and 25 years later it looks better than ever.
"Captain America: Civil War" is the sort of super-hero movie that hits its marks and gives you everything you expected but offers no surprises or boldness.
Susan Sarandon anchors this funny/romantic story about a neurotic mother who blasts past all boundaries.
A pleasing mix of old and new, "The Jungle Book" is a fine family film with CGI action and just enough musical numbers.
A smart and sharp comedy with a streak of insightful social commentary, “Maggie’s Plan” is about the conflicting choices young women face these days.
A generic jumble of fart jokes and zippy pratfalls, "The Angry Birds Movie" is just sheer brute lazy moviemaking.
Though it amounts to little more than picking at old scabs, "Confirmation" boasts fine lead performances that give dimension to Anita Hill and Clarence Thomas.
A story about Ireland, rock 'n' roll, abusive priests, divorcing parents, bullies, warm-hearted brothers and loving a girl way out of your league.
A smart and sly take on a bit of kooky history, explored with humor and a surprising amount of insight into two iconic men’s troubled souls.
Except for Ben Affleck's brooding, self-doubting Batman and Gal Gadot's muscular presence, "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" is a disaster.
If you’d have told me my favorite movie of 2016 would be a plotless paean to college sex, beer & rock ‘n’ roll, I’d have called you a moonbat. But here we are.
A fine performance by Tom Hiddleston as legendary honky tonk crooner Hank Williams, though the movie around it falls a little short.
It crashed and burned at the box office, but “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot” is a wry and disturbing look at the underbelly of wartime journalism.