The Week in Film
The "Garden State" writer/director/star returns while Polanski delivers a hit, P.S. Hoffman goes German, and a host of new partnerships are forged.
The joyful, moving Roger Ebert doc "Life Itself" is the main attraction, but don't ignore the star-studded "Third Person."
Step aboard the Snowpiercer, enact some teenage rebellion, sing a few songs, and battle some damn dirty apes (not necessary in that order).
An ambitious film that never came to be gets its due while a quartet of also-rans has this holiday weekend looking bleak.
Will you rock out with some cool '80s Swede teens this weekend or tell Michael Bay, "Why yes, I'd LOVE a 5th Transformers movie"?
Two appealing Pt.2s...on Friday the 13th? Must be the apocalypse.
Time-traveling Cruise and Blunt go up against John Green's teens while Franco & Co. watch from the sidelines.
It's business in the front, party in the back this weekend for the superb '80s thriller "Cold in July."
Time-traveling mutants, 18th century drama, and Sandler/Barrymore III are yours for the taking.
Choose from artful blood-drinkers, hardscrabble Philadelphians, British P.O.W.s, giant lizards, and Indian baseball.
Katie Damien's CTS documentary leads the way along with intriguing Allen/Turturro and Rogen/Efron pairings.
Photographers, rednecks, safecrackers, three-timers, debunkers, and undercover cops light up the screen this weekend.
The rundown of this week's new films in theaters, on DVD, and on Netflix Instant.
Not afraid of a little nudity, are we? (OK, there's actually a LOT of nudity...)
Russell Crowe gets nautical, 2x Jake Gyllenhaal, Jason Bateman uses spell check, and Ah-nuld pops off a few rounds.
Muppets return, plus the Next Big YA Thing, the Veronica Mars movie, theological debate, and what could be the year's best film.
Enjoy your action slllloooooooowed dowwwwwwwn? Well, this is your lucky week.
Fiery volcano? Check. Risky love? Check. Kevin Costner? Check.
"The Past" and "Winter's Tale" join three remakes, including the surprisingly good "RoboCop."
Painting rescuers, talking toys, miniature films, and teen vamps are all on the menu.
Reflective Italians, a delayed Winslet, and relationship-questioning Millennials comprise the week's new titles.
Ralph Fiennes directs himself as the beloved literary figure while Aaron Eckhart does his best Boris Karloff impersonation.
The fourth incarnation of Jack Ryan leads what looks like an otherwise dismal week for new movies.
OS love, '60s folkies, Oklahoma unrest, SEAL heroics, and Zeus' son all take to the screen.
The "Sideways" director makes his best film yet, Walt Disney woos Mary Poppins, Russell hustles, the anchorfolk return, and dinosaurs move their feet.
Bilbo, Gandalf, and the dwarves resume their quest while Tyler Perry resumes his career in drag.
Christian Bale searches for Casey Affleck while one of the year's best documentaries stops by.
One literary classic and one Palme d'Or winner, coming right up!
A new top film emerges along with Asgard All-Stars, time-travling suitors, war-torn youths, and a snoozy sailor.
McCarthyism (the good kind) gets its due, plus cannibals, an octogenarian Jackass, and a new set of music docs.
New Greengrass, Almodovar, and Rodriguez in one week? I approve.
Will Clooney and Bullock save their precious space snacks in time? That and other mysteries await this weekend at the movies!
Fast cars, funny divorcees, porn addicts, storm surfers, animated meatballs, desperate women, and reclusive authors hit the cinemas.
We've got vigilante fathers! We've got sex addicts! We've got Jane Austen addicts (for real this time)!
Wan scares; Affleck & Mara love; Bell speaks; Cromwell builds; and De Niro hides.
Orcas and Vin Diesel square off in the lone box office battle.
Choose between indie romance, British suspense, Chilean highs, Canadian games, and British Pop.
Masked crusaders, runaways, servicemen, inventors, and scheming billionaires, all headed our way.
Societal equalizers, singing pensioners, porn stars, fake families, gods' offspring, and talking airships, all for your entertainment.
Sarah Polley turns the camera on her family, Denzel and Marky Mark pop caps, and The Smurfs do...whatever it is that they do.
One man's final 24 hours, a different young man's self-discovery, and a pair of adamantium claws...all this week in the cinemas!
Revenge, ghostbusters, religion, redemption, exposé, "retirees," more ghostbusters, and snails, all at the movies this week.
Will audiences say "domo arigato" to monster battles, back-up singers, or the ol' Sandler gang?
The Lone Ranger & Tonto, Gru & his minions, and Julian Assange & WikiLeaks battle for 4th of July box-office supremacy.
The White House gets hit (again), Team Bullock/McCarthy drop f-bombs, and a cult is infiltrated (again).
Pixar goes to college, Brad Pitt takes his zombie battles global, the Whedon gang speaketh Elizabethan, and the rich rob the rich.
Celine and Jesse continue to chat while Superman gets another shot and the Apatow kids confront the apocalypse.
Songstresses from Down Under, post-9/11 intrigue, revamped Henry James, "necessary" violence, and Google career advancement, all headed your way this week.
Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig eschew color while illusionists go Robin Hood and the Smiths get post-apocalyptic.