Philip Seymour Hoffman’s curtain call
by Jeff Meyers | Jul 29, 2014
Despite a successful crowdsourcing campaign, Zach Braff and friends deliver a perfectly mediocre dramedy.
by Jeff Meyers | Jul 18, 2014
Franchise reboot gets it mostly right, delivering sweeping action and deep questions
by Jeff Meyers | Jul 11, 2014
Kat Candler’s dark indie stands out before lapsing into cliche
by Jeff Meyers | Jul 7, 2014
Michael Bay’s action franchise won’t die, but isn’t alive either
by Corey Hall | Jul 1, 2014
Jenny Slate excels in crude rom-com
by Jeff Meyers | Jun 24, 2014
Mike Myers’ profile of Alice Cooper manager Shep Gordon is a little too loving.
by Corey Hall | Jun 20, 2014
A Detroit original.
| Jun 17, 2014
Partners for life.
by Corey Hall | Jun 16, 2014
Pawel Pawlikowski’s portrait of a Polish orphan intimately examines the atrocities of war.
by Jeff Meyers | Jun 16, 2014
Young adult tear-jerker is given the Hollywood treatment.
by Corey Hall | Jun 7, 2014
Doug Liman’s sci-fi shoot-’em-up fails on nearly every level.
by Jeff Meyers | Jun 6, 2014
A sampling of offerings from this year's fest.
| Jun 3, 2014
Michael C. Hall, Don Johnson, and Sam Shepard excel in Jim Mickle’s clunky drama.
by Jeff Meyers | Jun 3, 2014
Why do the French get sweet, quirky rom-coms while we get fighting robots?
| Jun 3, 2014
Seth MacFarlane’s cowboy comedy falls flat.
by Corey Hall | Jun 3, 2014
Disney manages to make a beloved fairy tale boring and trite.
by Jeff Meyers | May 29, 2014
Jon Favreau’s foodie movie is charming if not particularly deep.
by Jeff Meyers | May 23, 2014
Bryan Singer puts the X-Men franchise back on track.
by Corey Hall | May 23, 2014
Philip Seymour Hoffman’s swan song is a dark and dismal affair.
by Corey Hall | May 16, 2014