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Steve Jobs isn't afraid to bend the truth, and that's why it paints such a memorable portrait of the Apple mogul
Freeheld wants to make you weep, but it can't rise to the legacy of the woman it triumphs
A Walk in the Woods is a buddy comedy gone terribly wrong
"American Ultra" isn't as funny as it should be, while "Mistress America" is much funnier than it probably deserves.
The Man From U.N.C.L.E. is all style, no substance -- and that's a good thing.
End of the Tour and Ricki and the Flash both fumble potentially strong premises
The latest Mission: Impossible is proof that its star is Hollywood's most incredible showman
No cities were destroyed in the making of Ant-Man, but therein may lie its biggest problem
Magic Mike XXL pumps up the muscles and the fun
A new documentary about the late singer Amy Winehouse, Amy () interrogates the tragic side of performance and public identity. Directed by Asif Kapadia, a filmmaker...
Terminator: Genisys pays strict homage to the original before traipsing down a senseless, incomprehensible path
Pixar's "Inside Out" is a triumph.
Jurassic World makes for an honest, if exhausting, two hours of dino-on-dino action
Great movies can inspire us to interrogate social ills, or teach us a thing or two about our beliefs. Slow West (), a not-so ordinary...
Tomorrowland is a mess of a story that contradicts itself tonally, politically, and philosophically