Sad movies have a place in our lives. And it would be a pity to skip one of the best films of 2016.
A fine science fiction drama, more contemplative and imaginative than we usually see. But a Best Picture Oscar nominee?
A great fit for video. Set the kiddies up on the couch, press “play” and enjoy 92 minutes of bliss while you go into the next room and do something else.
The cool thing about “Jack Reacher: Never Go Back” is that it never forgets that it’s meant to be pure popcorn fun.
One of 2016's most unexpected and finest foreign films, “The Handmaiden” is a fascinating exploration of deceit, love and betrayal.
Despite a strong performance by Emily Blunt, “The Girl on the Train” loses momentum as it goes rather than gaining it.
“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.
A straightforward Oscar-bait drama (with magnificent performances) about a famous libel case involving Holocaust denial.