"Robocop" marks Brazilian documentarian-turned action director José Padilha’s American debut, but it doesn’t reveal anything other than an ability to execute high-octane action scenes.
It’s rare to find a movie that isn’t ironic or aloof, especially in its overarching goal, to pay tribute to an unpopular enterprise that paid off for posterity.
An improbable subject has inspired a unique documentary which comes with an unusual pedigree: it was produced by those inventive magicians Penn and Teller, and directed by Teller. (Photo by Luren Jenison)
Kate Winslet is completely believable as a woman who can no longer face even the simplest tasks and Josh Brolin brings both warmth and effortless authority to his character...
As a showcase for a host of gifted actors, "August: Osage County" is potent and entertaining.
There is much to admire in the masterful filmmaking and superior performances on display, but it’s a tough film to digest for three hours straight.
There’s a good reason why De Niro and Stallone are still box-office names: they have that special quality that defines movie stars.
The trailer for "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" distills its best moments and makes it look like a sensational movie... (Photo by Wilson Webb)
Ralph Fiennes delivers a magnificent performance as Charles Dickens while directing himself and a first-rate ensemble in "The Invisible Woman."
Earlier this week I chatted about holiday films with my friend and colleague Alonso Duralde, author of the book "Have Yourself a Movie Little Christmas."