Amy Schumer stars in a variation on the old body switcheroo comedy, playing a frumpy girl who thinks she's suddenly become the most beautiful woman in the world.
“Lean on Pete” is the wrenching story of a young man yearning for the simplest thing: to be loved and wanted, and return the same.
Star Joaquin Phoenix and filmmaker Lynne Ramsay give us a spare, haunting film that asks if brutal acts can make for a good man.
A pall of regret and recrimination hangs over “Foxtrot” like a soupy London fog. This Israeli import, written and directed by Samuel Maoz, is weighted down by grief and tragedy, as it delves into the uncertainties and ironies of life in modern-day Israel for military personnel and civilians alike. The movie opens with Michael and […]
Just don't bother with this movie. It's not scary—it IS kinda funny, but not enough to make it worth the ticket, time, or gas to the theater.
Stellar performances and patience for the "little moments" lend a boost to a solid monster movie that doesn't quite take full advantage of its premise.
A mesmerizing portrait of evil -- not a single man, but the political machine that sprang into action to protect its best hope at the expense of a young woman's life.