Five films we're looking forward to this fall.
The Breakfast Club goes dystopian
Jason Bateman's directorial debut is both funny and offensive. (But mostly offensive).
Wes Anderson delights (again) in this witty tale of a genteel action hero.
It's like Gladiator. . . with volcanoes! It's Gladcanoes!
The cinematic equivalent of a greeting card from a second-rate New Age bookstore.
Surprise! It's really good!
Film about a mission to recover art stolen by the Nazis fails to quicken pulse.
Too much bathroom humor in this ill-conceived bromantic comedy
Not even the talented leads can save this ridiculous romance.
A bloody battle in Afghanistan brought vividly (too vividly?) to life.
On falling in love (with an Operating System)
For a film about taking risks and embracing adventure, it feels awfully safe.
An emotional repertoire of adolescence
The best film about the tragedy of American slavery I’ve ever seen.
He’s 49 years old, but in some ways, Quentin Tarantino is still that genius kid in the video store.