In this gripping morality tale, a young man takes a job with the same predatory real estate agent who evicted him.
How do you survive on an uninhabitable planet all by yourself?
De Niro and Hathaway shine in the latest helping of Nancy Meyers's irresistible cinematic comfort food.
Depp is great, but we've seen this movie before.
Brace yourselves. 3D action film takes you right up on that snowy peak.
How did this lame-o movie even get made?
M. Night Shyamalan loosens up and reminds us how good he can be in this comedic horror film.
Robert Redford and Nick Nolte hit the Appalachian Trail
Lily Tomlin shines as a cranky old woman who bonds with her teenage granddaughter.
Zac Efron vehicle tries (and fails) to be the Saturday Night Fever of EDM.
Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach are at it again.
A sexual coming of age story about a (gasp!) teenage girl.
Revel in this front row seat to the political debates that changed television history.
You'll enjoy this stylish, if superficial, period spy thriller.
Biopic about the rise and fall of N.W.A. makes for riveting—and sadly relevant—entertainment.
Jason Segel gives a towering performance as the brilliant, tortured novelist David Foster Wallace.
Meryl Streep as a tattooed rocker in a dive bar? Why not?
Tom Cruise is just the man for the job (again) in the latest, high-flying installment of the Mission Impossible franchise.
The would be romance is bogus, but Nat Wolff is a star.
Antoine Fuqua's sentimental boxing film is corny, derivative—and satisfying.
Amy Schumer flips the script on rom-com cliches.
It's Paul Rudd's time to join the Marvel Universe. Whatever.
Heartbreaking documentary on Amy Winehouse plays like a horror film where the monster is fame.
Funny and sly comedy about life as a "geek" in the 'hood.
Bigger isn't better in this pandering sequel.
Independent film's answer to The Fault in Our Stars is clever but insincere.
A boy, his dog . . . and a really lame script.
Pixar meets Freud in this breathtakingly inventive comedy.
A penetrating look at the genius and personal demons of The Beach Boys' Brian Wilson.
The gender stereotypes are dinosaurs, too.
Just call her McCarthy. Melissa McCarthy.
The boys are back. They should've stayed away.
In this case, Aloha definitely means goodbye.
Even silly disaster films need a little perspective.
A happy pill in cinematic form.
Family friendly sci-fi starts out magical, gets bogged down by a moralizing and uninspired third act.
Some thoughts on the Mad Men finale.
Max Weiss is the managing editor of Baltimore and a film and pop culture critic.
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