Kevin Smith’s ‘Tusk’ parodies the horror genre and offers social commentary through its absurdity.
Academy Award winner Denzel Washington and actress Chloe Grace Mortez struggle to bring the flat characters of ‘The Equalizer’ to life.
Director Craig Johnson treads the line between grotesque and light comedy in ‘The Skeleton Twins.’
Although Liam Neeson’s action-thriller ‘Walk Among the Tombstones’ tries to be different, it’s more or less what you’d expect from the ‘Taken’ actor.
Wes Ball makes his directing debut in the ‘Hunger Games’-esque dystopian drama ‘The Maze Runner.’
Jason Bateman and Tina Fey fail to transcend the cliche plot of ‘This Is Where I Leave You.’
Strong acting performances from Tom Hardy and James Gandolfini still can’t redeem the conclusion of Roskam’s crime drama ‘The Drop.’
From ‘Gone Girl’ and ‘The Maze Runner’ to the final installment of ‘The Hobbit,’ a look at the highs (and potential lows) of this fall’s movie releases.
With only a few comedic moments, ‘The Trip to Italy’ overall lacks an entertaining storyline.
Ned Benson successfully launches the first of his three-part film series, collectively titled ‘The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby.’