‘Life Itself’ is the story of a born journalist who had a profound impact on popular culture, and then made an even greater contribution when he was robbed of his ability to speak.
In Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone’s 'Tammy,' Susan Sarandon effortlessly dominates every scene she’s in and keeps her character grounded and real…
The Leslie Zemeckis documentary 'Bound by Flesh,' candidly explores the challenging, often tumultuous, life story of conjoined twins Violet and Daisy Hilton.
In ‘Begin Again,’ writer-director Carney has elicited spontaneous performances from an experienced cast—just as he did with the nonprofessional stars of ‘Once’—and has chosen his actors well.
When the most interesting thing in ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’ is the blatant product placement, you know something is out of whack.
'Jersey Boys,' a rags-to-riches tale with glimpses behind the scenes of the music business, is pretty well irresistible.
'How to Train Your Dragon 2' is a rich and satisfying movie of surprising substance.
Discover Gahan Wilson in this gem of a documentary: 'Born Dead, Still Weird' by Steven-Charles Jaffe.
‘Obvious Child’ is a small-scale but winning comedy from writer-director Gillian Robespierre and leading lady Jenny Slate.
‘Words and Pictures’ leans heavily on the considerable appeal of its stars and the touch of its director, Fred Schepisi, who maintains a light hand throughout.