Ab Fab is back. And, given the state of the world of late and our collective need for a few laughs, not a moment too soon.
‘Star Trek Beyond, ‘ the third installment in the most recent rebooted series, is very much on the pedestrian side.
‘Café Society’ is essentially a romcom. But there’s an existential sadness underlying the plot that gives the film a legitimate distinctiveness.
Thirty years later, it arrives, a reimagined ‘Ghostbusters’ for a new generation.
Life, Animated is an emotionally engaging and richly rewarding documentary about the coming-of-age of an autistic child and the way that his passion for Disney cartoons unlocks the key to his language skills.
It’s a peek behind the curtain into the world of domestic dogs and cats and birds, oh, my, in the animated comedy ‘The Secret Life of Pets.’
Do I find Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates eruptively funny? I do.
Our Kind of Traitor centers on an ordinary man in extraordinary circumstances.
If Spielbergian isn’t already an official cinematic adjective, it ought to be.
The Legend of Tarzan is a jungle adventure you’ll politely appreciate without going particularly ape.
It may be, first of all, the quirkiest odd-couple flick ever made, because this adventure dramedy goes its own way and then some.
In his latest film, ‘The Neon Demon,’ Danish director Nicolas Winding RefnRefn tries his hand at the horror-thriller genre.
McConaughey adds another impressive achievement to his resume.
De Palma is the first of what I hope will be many film projects devoted to documenting the works and viewpoints of movie directors who matter.
‘Finding Dory’ is the spinoff/sequel to the 2003 Oscar winning cartoon classic, ‘Finding Nemo.’