Black Sea stars Jude Law as a submarine captain trying to find some lost Nazi gold. The film rivets and works on so many levels, our Black Sea review reports.
Black or White Review: Kevin Costner Sees Little Grey
In Black or White, Kevin Costner just wants his granddaughter to have a good life. Our Black or White review finds that it is not that simple, and neither is the problem that his movie tries to tackle.
Project Almanac Review: Doing the Time Warp!
Project Almanac is a time travel movie, that utilizes the found footage format of storytelling. Our Project Almanac review finds that it is surprisingly original.
Wild Card Review: Jason Statham Bets The House
Wild Card is Jason Statham's effort to stretch as an actor. Our Wild Card review finds that the action hero still manages to kick some serious butt.
Strange Magic Review: George Lucas Gets Animated
Strange Magic is the latest from George Lucas. Although charming, our Strange Magic review finds that the animated musical is a little off key.
The Boy Next Door Review: Jennifer Lopez Falls for the Wrong Guy
Jennifer Lopez falls for The Boy Next Door. The thriller features Lopez and Ryan Guzman having a ball with a potential cheesy classic.
Mortdecai Review: Does Johnny Depp Deliver a New Franchise?
Mortdecai might just be the next Johnny Depp franchise. Depp plays Mortdecai, and the international art dealer has quite the surprisingly funny adventure, our Mortdecai review reports.
The Wedding Ringer Review: Say "I Do" To This Comedy
The Wedding Ringer is another great comedic gem from Kevin Hart. He and Josh Gad have impeccable comedic chemistry, our The Wedding Ringer review can report.
Blackhat Review: Inside a Hack Job
Blackhat is the latest from Michael Mann. Our Blackhat review explores how the crime movie master does moving into cinematic cyber crime.
Taken 3 Review: Liam Neeson & His Fists of Fury
Liam Neeson is back as Bryan Mills, complete with his "special set of skills," in Taken 3. Our Taken 3 review can report that it's better than Taken 2, but not quite as explosive as Taken.
The Woman in Black 2 Angel of Death Review: Is Sequel As Scary?
The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death begins decades after the Daniel Radcliffe movie ended. Unfortunately our The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death review cannot say that it is as scary.
A Most Violent Year Review: Oscar Isaac Kills With Drive
A Most Violent Year is above all else, not so violent. Our A Most Violent Year review finds that it is the acting in this flick that saves it.