The director of Independence Day and The Day After Tomorrow is back with his most over-the-top, overwrought, and over-long apocalypse. Ever.
X-Men: First Class
Reinvents a familiar cast of characters in what might be the standout action film of the summer.
In brightest day, in blackest night: Green Lantern comes to theaters.
Denzel Washington and Chris Pine catch a train.
For Greater Glory
Film highlights Mexico's battle for religious freedom in the early 1900s.
We Have a Pope
A newly elected pope doesn't quite make it to the balcony in this muddled comedy-drama.
Battle for Terra
An ambitious animated sci-fi parable, Battle for Terra has visual style to burn, but its politically correct tale of rapacious invaders and noble natives is less interesting than the world in which the story is set.
Liam Neeson takes on an uncharacteristically action-driven role in a dark, violent, vengeance-ridden thriller about human trafficking, from producer Luc Besson.
Knight and Day
Despite the star power and onscreen chemistry of Cruise and Diaz, this wild and crazy action/comedy just has too many holes to work well.
Kidman, Eckhart give stellar performances in a quiet tale of grief and (perhaps) healing.
Hellboy, Evil, and the Cross
The Hellboy sequel opening soon is just the latest in a long line of films about battling supernatural baddies—with the Cross often wielded as a weapon of goodness.