Film Reviews
“The Eternal Memory” begins with a confused Augusto Góngora waking up one morning as his wife of two decades gently greets him. “Nice to meet you,” he tells her.
In 2006, a Nissan marketing executive had a truly insane idea to create a competition and an “academy” to turn gamers into race car drivers.
“Meg 2: The Trench” is a movie that screams: “Sequel! What do we do NOW?” Director Ben Wheatley’s answer is to make everything bigger, and more: More Megs.
The new film “Passages” is centered on Tomas, a German living in France with his English husband Martin who begins an affair with a French woman, Agathe.
There are some good gags and clever innovations in the animated “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem.”
Who knew so many movie ideas could be found while rummaging through your attic? This year we’ve had movies on Tetris (“Tetris”), Nike (“Air”), Blackberry (“Blackberry”) and Cheetos (“Flamin’ Hot”).
LaKeith Stanfield plays a grief-stricken astrophysicist who tries to help a single mother played by Rosario Dawson out with her haunted house in “Haunted Mansion,” based on the Disney ride.
You’ve got to hand it to the Philippou brothers. They’ve taken the old horror cliche of a severed hand and made something worth, well, applauding, says Associated Press critic Mark Kennedy.
Fire is in the air this summer, literally, and at the movies. In Christian Petzold’s “Afire,” friends descend on a family home for a working vacation, one is a writer, one is a photographer, to find a mysterious guest already in the house.
“Stephen Curry: Underrated” is a portrait of a man — the greatest three-point shooter of all time — who has felt inferior playing the game he loves since he was a scrawny kid playing on his local under-10 team.
Christopher Nolan’s “Oppenheimer” is a kinetic thing of dark, imposing beauty that quakes with the disquieting tremors of a forever rupture in the course of human history.
She’s been Astronaut Barbie, Teacher Barbie, Doctor Barbie, President Barbie. And now after 64 years, we have live-action Movie Star Barbie.
Netflix tries to capitalize on the popularity of its 2018 film “Bird Box” with “Bird Box Barcelona,” set in the Spanish city around the same time, with a new cast that does not include Sandra Bullock.
Among the low-hanging fruits of satire, sleepaway theater camps would dangle about as low as social-media influencers and Def Leppard cover bands.
Wondering if you should choose to accept the latest “Mission: Impossible” entry? Put it another way: Do you really want to disappoint Tom Cruise?
The raunch comes early and often in “Joy Ride,” from first-time director Adele Lim. But the gross-out factor is balanced by the film’s huge heart and abundant opportunities for belly laughs, writes Associated Press critic Jocelyn Noveck.
The “Insidious” franchise folds back on itself for the fifth installment, returning to its roots with the movie equivalent of getting the band back together.
The egos are as vast and thorny as the gardens on the lush estate of a prominent author in “The Lesson,” an erudite chamber piece about a master, a tutor and a family after loss starring Richard E.
We landlubbers have gotten it all wrong: Kraken aren’t terrible sea monsters who destroy our sailing ships and munch on our sailors. They’re kind and helpful.
The new documentary “Every Body” opens with footage of elaborate, often absurd “gender reveals.” But by the end of this illuminating film, viewers will be forced to confront something much deeper and more insidious: society’s need to divide humans into a binary system, and its sometimes disastrous r