Movie Review: 'Secret In Their Eyes'In 'Secret in Their Eyes,' Julia Roberts plays a grief-stricken FBI investigator based in Los Angeles whose heart is broken and world is shattered when her teenage daughter is raped and murdered.
Movie Review: 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2''The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2' is the fourth and final movie installment in the science fiction franchise based on the futuristic dystopian fantasies of Young Adult novelist Suzanne Collins.
Movie Review: Love The CoopersThe ensemble cast includes Diane Keaton (who also served as one of the executive producers), John Goodman, Alan Arkin, Amanda Seyfried, Ed Helms, Olivia Wilde, Marisa Tomei, June Squibb, Jake Lacy, Anthony Mackie, and Steve Martin’s voice as the narrator.
Movie Review: 'The 33'The 33 is a suspense biodrama about the catastrophic explosion and collapse of a gold-and-copper mine shaft in Chile and the subsequent rescue attempt.
Movie Review: 'Spotlight'Anyone already sad about what seems to be the imminent death of investigative print journalism will be further saddened in that regard by 'Spotlight.'
Movie Review: 'Spectre''Spectre,' Agent 007 adventure number 24, has got sizable shoes to fill. And that it doesn’t manage to do.
Movie Review: 'Burnt'In the culinary dramedy, 'Burnt,' Cooper stars as a high-end, bad-boy chef named Adam Jones, a gifted but self-destructive, hotheaded two-star Michelin celebrity chef.
Movie Review: 'Suffragette'The bracing drama is a tribute to brave women living in patriarchal societies who spoke out about gender inequality and imbalance at great risk and sacrifice for the benefit of women of future generations.
Movie Review: 'Rock the Kasbah''Rock the Kasbah' is a curious comedy that drops rock names galore, then crashes on the rocks.
Movie Review: 'Anomalisa''Anomalisa' is the latest confession of a dangerous mind from the one-of-a-kind Charlie Kaufman.
Movie Review: 'Crimson Peak''Crimson Peak' is a combo-platter melodrama set at the beginning of the twentieth century.
Movie Review: 'Steve Jobs''Steve Jobs' follows Jobs (2013) and 'Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine' to the movie marketplace, each emerging progressively stronger than its predecessor, and all three warts-and-all portraits worthwhile.