A pitch black political satire that is riotously funny, and as dark as the cells in a Gulag.
The LEGO Movies continue to make us laugh, but the cracks between the bricks are starting to show.
A worthy successor to the greatest science fiction film of all time.
A cartoonishly brutal disappointment.
An audacious, ghastly, grisly, blackly humorous nightmare of a film.
A thrilling, if over-familiar, horror adventure.
A brutally beautiful and majestically melancholy modern Western.
An exuberant, effervescent musical ride that effortlessly wins us over.
Kathryn Bigelow’s racially charged drama is fine filmmaking, but does little to address the issues it raises.
Soderbergh returns to the heist with this eccentric, fun, effortlessly cool film.