The re-teaming of Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCarprio is as far from Titanic as you can get. Their acting is fine here, but the film may be too cynical for its own good.
Me and Orson Welles
A lighthearted but ultimately lightweight look at the theatrical life of one of biggest icons in Hollywood history.
The Other Guys
Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg have great chemistry in this serviceable comedy, which re-imagines the buddy-cop genre for millennials.
To remain relevant, many evangelical pastors are following the lead of hipster trendsetters. So what happens when 'cool' meets Christ?
The Tree of Life
Malick's magnum opus about the beginning and end of the universe, and a Texas childhood in between.
A return to plot twists (but not a return to form) for M. Night Shyamalan.
9/11 at the Cineplex
The effects of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks have been influencing films ever since—and not just the movies that are specifically about that terrible, tragic day.
Do Political Films Matter?
Oliver Stone's W, which releases this week, is the latest of many movies about pols and politics, but whether they actually affect election outcomes is hard to say.
No More Cheesy, Churchy Videos
The Biola Media Conference included lively debates about Hollywood's efforts to reach a Christian audience. The opportunities are exciting, but are the results much good?
Rudo y Cursi
Ample talents largely squandered in Mexican soccer movie moonlighting as a moral fable
This story about the love between John Keats and Fanny Brawne is a profound, beautiful period piece about love and poetry