Fathers, friendship, family examined in wistful ‘Little Men’
Airless exposition, lack of resonance, cause dramatic ‘Indignation’
Forbidden female love story unfolds in lush ‘Carol’
Wall St. crash predicted, ignored, in wry exposé ‘Big Short’
Actors soar in tender, fact-based transgender story ‘The Danish Girl’
Stirring story, despite some floundering, in Moby-Dick prequel ‘In the Heart of the Sea’
Women withhold sex to end gang war in angry, vital ‘Chi-Raq’
Screenwriter defies injustice in sharp, witty ‘Trumbo’
In ‘Bad Words,’ Jason Bateman delivers a solid directorial debut and a surprisingly inventive comedy to boot
Playful and dreamy, director Wes Anderson delivers another memorable ride with ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’
Relationship and connection venture into uncharted territory in the powerfully moving tale that is ‘Her’
Playwright (and sometimes actor) Tracy Letts garnered a Pulitzer Prize for “August: Osage County,” which first hit Broadway in 2007 with actress...
‘Saving Mr. Banks’ surpasses expectations and delivers the compelling backstory of bringing ‘Mary Poppins’ to the big screen
Woody Allen takes Cate Blanchett to new heights (and lows) in ‘Blue Jasmine’ Cate Blanchett delivers one of the year’s most memorable...
‘The Hobbit’ wanders too far from its own creative shire
‘Moonrise Kingdom’ rises high. Why it’s Wes Anderson’s best film in a decade
This one’s a keeper. A film that has smatterings of What The Bleep Do We Know? yet manages to tell a more...
He’s not done yet. Why Peter Fonda hopped on the testosterone train in ‘3:10 to Yuma’
It's Crouching Cowboy, Hidden Gay Man in Ang Lee’s beautifully crafted masterpiece
Gus Van Sant’s ponders school violence and heads the top of his class with ‘Elephant’