American comedy doesn't get much better than Trainwreck at its best. Amy Schumer is a fearless artist without borders.
Minions are mischievous sidekicks who keep getting into trouble of their own making.
Amy Winehouse was unlucky and unwise in life, but her story fell into the right hands after she died.
Seth MacFarlane's raunch-rich comedy is a sequel to his 2012 hit about an amiable guy from Boston and the foul-mouthed womanizer of a teddy bear who's been his best friend since childhood.
Actors use their faces, voices and bodies to convey what their characters are feeling, but the new Pixar film Inside Out takes a more direct approach.
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl is a fresh take on contemporary adolescence as a journey from ironic detachment to open-hearted feeling.
Charm has curdled into smarm in the big-screen version of Entourage.
Can we fix our troubled world, or not?
Mad Max: Fury Road
George Miller, whose Mad Max gave the movie medium a new genre almost four decades ago, is back with Mad Max: Fury Road.
Unfriended is a micro-budget horror film played out entirely one high school girl's laptop.
Alex Garland's Ex Machina is an elegant sci-fi fantasy about artificial intelligence.
Cute dogs doing cute tricks have become stars of the social networks, but White God offers a different take on man's best friend.
Call it bias if you choose, but any Cinderella with Cate Blanchett as the wicked stepmother couldn't be bad.
Merchants of Doubt; An Honest Liar
In its advocacy of skeptical thinking, An Honest Liar dovetails neatly, if accidentally, with Merchants of Doubt.
Queen and Country
Queen and Country, the sequel to Hope and Glory that took John Boorman almost three decades to make, is worth the wait.
What We Do in the Shadows
Marketing campaigns can bring movie goers into theaters to see what the fuss is all about, but they can't generate the excitement of those rare occasions when audiences discover a movie on their own. A charming curiosity from New Zealand. One more...
50 Shades of Grey
Reasonable minds may differ on what the playroom is all about in 50 Shades of Grey.
In a momentous conjunction of events,Jupiter Ascending-- the mega-budget sci-fi extravaganza -- is opening around the nation and the world on the very day that Jupiter, the mega-planet, is at its annual opposition to Earth.
Timbuktu takes a deadly aim at Islamic fundamentalism by playing its own game of deft ridicule.
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