The directorial debut of screenwriter Alex Kurtzman ("Transformers") is his most preposterous movie to date.
This likeable comedy about male strippers, starring Channing Tatum and directed by Steven Soderbergh, is nothing but a good time.
An affection look at a golden era in the history of New York City.
Aubrey Plaza ("Parks and Recreation") shines in this sweet, touching comedy about people who can't deal with their present lives.
A promising comic riff on the apocalypse is sabotaged by sappy sentimentality and miscasting.
This overproduced and undercooked exercise in revisionist horror-fantasy is an assault on the senses - and your intelligence.
Filmmaker Lynn Shelton ("Humpday") stumbles with this well-intentioned but hollow and contrived character study.
Greta Gerwig ("Damsels in Distress," "Greenberg") is terrific as a 29-year-old woman who must suddenly reinvent her life.
The Pixar crew takes some big chances with this beautifully-animated fairy tale about mothers and daughters.
The seventh film by writer-director Wes Anderson ("Rushmore," "Fantastic Mr. Fox") is his best and most satisfying work to date.
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