This contemporary Western is not to be missed.
More tales of men behaving badly.
Loveable and appealingly earnest adventure is fun for the whole family.
Strange but true story of the worst opera singer in the world
In this bittersweet comedy, members of an improv troupe find themselves at a crossroads.
Uh oh, another DC Comics dud.
This minor Woody Allen diversion had the potential to be so much better.
It's Moms Gone Wild in this funnier-than-you-expect comedy.
A father happily raises his family off the grid—until the real world encroaches.
And you think YOU'VE attended bad dinner parties.
Sorry haters, these female Ghostbusters are rad.
Pixar knockoff is cute and funny enough, but has no depth.
Dory, Nemo, and Marlin are all back for another enchanting underwater adventure.
The giant is simply wonderful. But about that heroine...
Hey, had you heard that L.A. is a very superficial place?
Andy Samberg gives us The Full Bieber is this funny mockumentary.
Mostly charming three-hankie romance has a very bizarre ending.
In this surrealist dark comedy, find a partner...or else.
Tilda Swinton and Ralph Fiennes shine in this sensual thriller.
Who knew Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe were so funny?
Susan Sarandon shines again in this mostly light-hearted film about grief.
It's superhero against superhero...again.
For local cinema lovers, it's the most wonderful time of the year.
In Dublin, a 15-year-old boy starts a band to win the girl.
Rudyard Kipling's classic is brought to life in this eye-popping live action adventure.
Bros are people, too, you know.
Misbegotten Melissa McCarthy vehicle wastes both its premise and its star.
It's gloomy and gloomier!
Meet the apocalypse’s number one fan.
This sequel to Olympus Has Fallen is atrocious.
Amid the glitz and the glamor, there was a great big "mea culpa" from Oscar last night regarding race.
Will it be Leo's year? (Spoiler alert: Yes.)
Slow-burn period horror film earns its scares.
The 2 stands for the number of times you will laugh.
Fitfully amusing ensemble rom-com tries (but fails) to rise above its own cliches.
Max Weiss is the managing editor of Baltimore and a film and pop culture critic.
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