Military Wives deals realistically with the reality of war and deployment—especially its effects on those who stay behind.
A strong undercurrent of introspection swirls about as Coogan and Brydon explore the inevitability of aging and mortality.
This big-screen take on Sega’s anthropomorphized cobalt cannonballer is mostly cute and cuddly.
By Pixar’s own high standards, Onward is a bit of a disappointment.
This horror pic becomes less and less credible—not to mention and less and less watchable—by the second.
As bleak and as uncomfortable as this film often feels, Downhill ultimately has some heartening things to say about marriage.
The promise of this witty, PG-rated period piece is briefly undermined by some surprising content.
Scoob! is a movie that doesn’t quite know what it wants to be when it grows up.
Sight & Sound Theatres’ JESUS is proof that sweeping, engulfing and emotional events are all at home on the stage.
Capone shows us the sad end to a bad man, but for no discernible purpose.