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
It takes a lot to make this fireball of a star boring – and somehow manages to do it
Bestselling novel of kids, secrets and the world's scariest razor-toothed clown gets the blockbuster treatment – and it's a doozy
From the studio's Academy Award hopefuls to superhero blockbusters, a 'Blade Runner' sequel to a brand new 'Star Wars'
Long-delayed story of love, sex and intrigue in the hothouse world of flowers tiptoes right off a cliff
Eliza Hittman's powerful film is gorgeously shot with a smashing breakthrough performance from lead Harrison Dickinson, Peter Travers writes
Justin Chon's spellbinding second feature examines bigotry through the eyes of two Korean brothers in L.A.'s South Central in 1992
Rolling Stone's film critic pays tribute to the innovative, misunderstood comedian who became a bona fide moviemaking genius
A-list action-comedy about a man hired to protect a professional killer is good showcase for its star – and nothing else
The director comes out of retirement for this breezy "redneck 'Ocean's 11'" about red-state residents ripping off a racetrack