This female-focused espionage actioner violently suggests the two genders are completely interchangeable.
A Hero reminds us—on multiple levels—that stories aren’t always what they seem.
American Underdog tells one of the most unlikely Cinderella sports stories ever—and shows the faith, hope and love behind it.
Based on a real story, this film blends strong family messages with some equally strong sensuality.
If your family can make it past the sticky bits, there are some very interesting lessons here.
The Tragedy of Macbeth is rated R for blood and violence, a reminder even classics can still contain problematic content.
The King’s Man ostensibly critiques terrible, senseless violence while at the same time giving us plenty of it.
The Tender Bar has some nice family messages—wedged between a lot of obscenities and other tough content.
The movie reminds us that motherhood is hard. But watching a bad mother ignore her kids and cheat on her …
Swan Song is provocative, meditative and poignant. But its questions ignore some important answers, and it stirs in some unwanted—and …