Movie Review: 'Personal Shopper''Personal Shopper' shops around for a genre and a premise, never quite deciding on either.
Movie Review: 'Song To Song''Song to Song' is just as outrageously awful as his 2015 outing, 'Knight of Cups.'
Movie Review: 'Wilson'When Woody Harrelson is on his game, which is most of the time, he is a proficient actor in big parts and small, as easy to enjoy as he is to believe.
Movie Review: 'The Sense of an Ending'The Sense of an Ending is a British drama about a man who becomes obsessed with getting the unvarnished, detailed truth about a period in his past that he has spent a lot of time over the years not thinking about.
Movie Review: 'Beauty and the Beast'Is 'Beauty and the Beast' as entertaining, as entrancing, as satisfying as its predecessor? Well, no, not quite. But it’s close.
Movie Review: 'The Last Word'Even though Shirley MacLaine elevates the material through presence alone, 'The Last Word' strains credulity far too much of the time for any kind of comfort.
Movie Review: Kong: Skull IslandEveryone’s at least heard of King Kong. It was the 1933 original that spawned what eventually grew into a Kong-a line of giant-ape flicks.
Movie Review: 'Before I Fall''Before I Fall' is a drama, but like its predecessors, it uses the time-warp device to explore its characters.
Movie Review: 'Table 19'Table 19 is every wedding-reception-from-hell anecdote invited to one movie premise.
Movie Review: 'My Life As A Zucchini'It’s not that he is a zucchini. It’s that he wants to be called Zucchini.
Movie Review: 'The Red Turtle'The animated The Red Turtle is a silent castaway fable that explores our connection to the natural world.
Movie Review: 'A United Kingdom'The United Kingdom doesn’t come off so great in the cleverly titled A United Kingdom -- about as well as the state of Virginia comes off in Loving.