Subtitled 'The Man Who Brought Down the White House,' this political drama feels slightly sluggish – and eerily current
Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford and director Denis Villeneuve turn this follow-up into a bold, "visual feast" that more than lives up to the original
The late, great character actor gets the perfect send-off in this character study about an elderly man not going gently into the night
Star does everything he can to liven up this stranger-than-fiction story about a pilot who becomes a C.I.A.-backed drug smuggler
Look at Queen Victoria's friendship with Indian Muslim clerk is "slim pickings" – and fails to examine complicated cultural, historical questions
Despite inspired performances from Dave Franco, Justin Theroux and Jackie Chan, 'the action and jokes pile up with exhausting repetitiveness'
Drama about Boston bombing victim Jeff Bauman doesn't sugarcoat the man's story – and that makes all the difference
Emma Stone and Steve Carell's recreation of the media circus that was the '73 King-Riggs tennis match couldn't be more relevant
The British spy franchise returns, with more celebrities (hello, Channing Tatum) and cartoonish carnage
Rolling Stone's film critic pays tribute to the "quintessential character actor" – the sort of lean, mean presence that always made the movies better
"Even when logic goes up in flames, the film speeds ahead like a heat-seeking missile"
5-year-old girl's brutal experience in 1975 Cambodia is told from her perspective in Jolie's "cinematic labor of love'
As dad obsessed with his son's college applications, Stiller gives 'one of his best' performances in Mike White's smart 'high-anxiety satire'
Featuring Javier Bardem, Jennifer Lawrence, "Oscar-caliber" Michelle Pfeiffer, harrowing biblical allegory is "work of a visionary," says Peter Travers
With Nicholas Hoult as literary icon, film has "excitement of a tech manual," script is "overload of cliches," writes Peter Travers