A return to plot twists (but not a return to form) for M. Night Shyamalan.
Authentic portrayal of good people, gracefully aging and helping those in need.
Whedon's Shakespeare adaptation succeeds by not taking itself too seriously, but Shyamalan's sci-fi flick is far too self-important to be any good.
Spielberg's latest is a rousing, inspiring tale of a horse and his boy in World War I.
The Brothers Bloom
Quirky, stylish caper film revels in the blurry line between real life and storytelling.
Polish Holocaust drama, an Oscar nominee, sheds light on unlikely survivor story.
Noah Baumbach's best film yet is an elegant pairing of serious and funny, as its name implies.
Jon Stewart’s directorial debut tackles torture and “truthiness” in contemporary Iran.