Steve Carell and company lay it on a little too thick in this tragic tale of a wrestler and his billionaire benefactor.
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Chris Rock almost directs the film we've all been waiting for.
One woman's arduous journey of self discovery.
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You'll never look at a children's book the same way.
Biopic of physicist Stephen Hawking focuses on the extraordinary strength and loyalty of his wife.
First half of the finale is a giant bummer, but still manages to entertain.
Savor this juicy and satisfying romance set in the music industry.
Unflinching Swedish dark comedy about a dysfunctional marriage is as gorgeous as it is pessimistic.
Christopher Nolan's overlong space epic is filled with impenetrable space jargon, but has a girl hero for the ages.
A sadistic music teacher finds a willing pupil.
Exhilarating portrait of a washed up actor trying to rebuild his repuation—and life.
A promising writer is also a complete jerk.
Smart and funny exploration of racial and personal politics at a made-up Ivy League university.
Keanu is the one who knocks.
Bill Murray is in peak form as a grumpy veteran who forms an unlikely bond with the little boy next door.
Good acting elevates this legal melodrama beyond the cliches of the script.
David Fincher serves up an adaptation as entertaining (and problematic) as the book itself
Mouth-watering crowd-pleaser now out on DVD
Yikes! And we think WE can't get off the grid.
Great cast can't quite save this overstuffed, undercooked family dramedy.
Generic woman-in-peril flick is saved (almost) by its two talented leads.
The deeper underground our heroes go, the lamer the film gets.