Cate Blanchett gives a performance worth following in the contrived but moving "Where'd You Go, Bernadette"
For his first starring role, Ramon O. Torres cast himself as a man embroiled in mystery, in gay thriller "Last Ferry"
McCarthy, Haddish, and Moss can't save The Kitchen from descending into ridiculous, dreadful self-parody
Relive the bravery, the bitchery, and the history as Paris Is Burning returns to the big screen
Quentin Tarantino offers a fascinating, pop culture-soaked paean to the sixties with "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood."
Thick with suspense, Jan Zabeil's thriller Three Peaks yields mostly frustration
The catfights look real but the tale is strictly recycled in Disney’s “live-action” remake of The Lion King.
Spider-Man: Far From Home sets up Marvel’s next cinematic cycle, and delivers the MCU’s first real romantic comedy
"Toy Story 4" carries the legacy of Pixar's magnificent series into an inspired new direction
The San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus lift their voices for peace and protest in documentary "Gay Chorus Deep South"
"Shaft" leans hard on Samuel L. Jackson's movie-star persona, and the lighter side of its action-comedy heritage
The great tenor is lovingly remembered by wives and mistresses alike in Ron Howard's charming documentary, "Pavarotti"
"Dark Phoenix" delivers only a half-good adaptation of one of Marvel's greatest hits
Godzilla's latest foray is an idiot-fueled catastrophe of monster-sized proportions
Octavia Spencer sharpens her knives and dagger-like stares for the delectably campy thriller "Ma"