May not make you believe in God, but it could restore some of your faith in Hollywood prestige filmmaking.
There’s much talk of 'forever' in the fifth and final instalment.
This functionally shot feature alternately resembles ‘Glee’ and a pre-canned ‘American Idol’ episode.
Sam Mendes brings to the Bond franchise a stately look, sombre mood and ample room to breathe.
Burton's first animated film since 2005 is his most pleasurable in a long while and surely his most personal.
The potty-mouthed teddy bear runs out of steam after a flurry of brawling, partying and other unteddybearlike activities.
This manipulative nonsense ultimately resorts to the ‘dodgy, flickering torch’ device.
The first thing you notice is Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s face. Has the star of ‘Inception’ lost a fight with an orbital sander?
Ugly, misanthropic and filled with racist stereotypes.
The action sequences feel like an experiment in punishing an audience.