Based on the title alone you might think you’re getting an amateur Ocean’s Eleven. But you’re not. Not even close.
This sympathetic cinematic portrait of Ruth Bader Ginsburg prods viewers to ponder important questions about equality.
Infidel reminds us that faith in the face of real-world persecution isn’t always a comfortable thing to watch.
Unpregnant would have us believe that abortion is something to be celebrated, not mourned.
Cuties gratuitously, excessively indulges in the very images and ideas it’s supposedly criticizing.
Given how often the characters here jump in and out of bed with anyone who wanders by, it’s no wonder …
This true story of corruption tips its soiled hand early on: We know where it’s going, and we know it’s …
While it’s not perfect, this Christopher Nolan sci-fi puzzler deserves, at least, some tenet-ive consideration.
This movie is less interested in blue-state and red-state ideology than its suggestion that, in some ways, we’ve all been …
This is, primarily, a horror movie—with a little bit of John Hughes’ Breakfast Club thrown in for good measure.