Movie Review: 'Roman J. Israel, Esq.''Roman J. Israel, Esq.' is a portrait that’s never less than interesting, but that doesn’t approach greatness.
Movie Review: 'Justice League''Justice League,' displaying an occasional sense of humor, is narrow and distant, never quite letting the performances breathe.
Movie Review: 'A Bad Moms Christmas'Sharing the director’s chair and screenplay authorship, as they did in the original, are Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, who also wrote and directed 21 & Over and scripted all three hangover flicks.
Movie Review: Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House'Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House' tells its story without much muss or fuss.
Movie Review: Blade Runner 2049Blade Runner 2049, based on Fancher’s story, tells the tale of a discovery by a young blade runner, Officer K, played by Ryan Gosling.
Movie Review: 'The Trip to Spain'British director Michael Winterbottom returns to the wine-and-dine franchise for a third time with 'The Trip to Spain.'
Movie Review: 'The Only Living Boy in New York'From its title and the other Simon & Garfunkel music to the narrative The Only Living Boy in New York can’t help but recall The Graduate.
Movie Review: 'Atomic Blonde'Charlize Theron further establishes her bam-bam-pow-pow credentials in Atomic Blonde.
Movie Review: 'War For The Planet Of The Apes'Here’s to yet another explosion of escapism about ape-ism.
Movie Review: 'Spider-Man: Homecoming'The sixth Spider-Man movie with the third actor in the title role starts spinning its web.
Movie Review: 'The House'No reason in the world that The House shouldn’t bring down the house.
Movie Review: The BeguiledThe reboot is a Southern gothic thriller, set in Virginia in 1864, while the Civil War is three years old and still raging.