Movie Reviews

3237 Reviews Display Results per Page
The Place Beyond the Pines The Place Beyond the Pines
The year's first stab at a masterpiece.
, April 11, 2013
The Place Beyond the Pines opens with a close-up of Ryan Gosling's chiseled abdomen — surely one of the more salable quantities in movies... More>>
Roger Ebert: Why There Can Never Be Another Roger Ebert: Why There Can Never Be Another
, April 11, 2013
A common sentiment recurs through the abundance of eulogies and obituaries penned by film critics in the wake of his death late last week: Roger... More>>
Tattoo Nation: Ink Me Tattoo Nation: Ink Me
New film documents Southern California's tattoo scene, from Danny Trejo to Ed Hardy.
, April 04, 2013
Tattoo Nation documentarian Eric Schwartz isn't inked himself — "I'm nicknamed 'The Virgin,'" he admits — but when he started... More>>
Evil Dead: The Devil Wears Vomit Evil Dead: The Devil Wears Vomit
How director Fede Alvarez reimagined the classic splatterfest.
, April 04, 2013
For a guy who has spent a lot of time planning how to brutally murder people in the woods, the most shocking thing about Fede Alvarez is his... More>>
Simon Killer: Good Works Simon Killer: Good Works
Brady Corbit explains how a nice gut became Simon Killer.
, April 04, 2013
"Can you speak up a little, man? I dove off a boat yesterday, and I now have an immense amount of water in my ear!" Brady Corbet, 24, is on the... More>>
Matthew Weiner Explains Betty Draper, Mad Men's "Melancholy Dame" Matthew Weiner Explains Betty Draper, Mad Men's "Melancholy Dame"
Betty Has a Big Season Ahead of Her
, April 04, 2013
By Mad Men's fifth season, Betty Draper had walked out of our lives, and a much plumper Betty Francis had waddled in. The audience response to... More>>
Ginger & Rosa: BFFs at the End of Time Ginger & Rosa
Ginger & Rosa reveals young women — and a world — on the verge.
, April 04, 2013
Private dramas unfold against the backdrop of broader historical terrors in Sally Potter's absorbing coming-of-age drama Ginger & Rosa, set in... More>>
The Peacekeeper The Host
If you must see The Host, please bring a young man with you.
, April 04, 2013
Across America this weekend, wives and girlfriends will accompany their fellas to GI Joe: Retaliation, as boys-shooting-boys movies are... More>>
Think The Walking Dead Has a Woman Problem? Here's the Source. Think The Walking Dead Has a Woman Problem? Here's the Source.
, April 04, 2013
Four years ago, on assignment for The Comics Journal, I asked Robert Kirkman a tough question about his Walking Dead comic series, a question... More>>
A Real American Miracle G.I. Joe: Retaliation
Could a G.I. Joe movie actually almost be good?
, April 04, 2013
What must Bruce Willis have felt when he discovered that his seven or so minutes of G.I. Joe: Retaliation screen time offer much more agreeable... More>>
Wrong Makes a Right Wrong
The delicious absurdity of Quentin Dupieux's Wrong.
, March 28, 2013
If real life were like Wrong, Quentin Dupieux's sweetly unnerving experiment in ambient fucked-uppedness, your phone would ring before you've... More>>
G.I. Joe: Retaliation’s a Battle of Dumb Pleasures Versus Your Higher Brain Function G.I. Joe: Retaliation
, March 28, 2013
What must Bruce Willis have felt when he discovered that his seven or so minutes of G.I. Joe: Retaliation screen time offer much more agreeable... More>>
Admission Admission
Tina Fey's great, but Admission doesn't have the marks.
, March 21, 2013
An actress in her thirties — a woman, that is, still playing characters of babymaking age — may have it even tougher than actresses... More>>
Spring Breakers: Girls Gone Godard Spring Breakers
A thrilling corruption of the Disney princess set.
, March 21, 2013
"All you need to make a movie is a girl and a gun" goes Jean-Luc Godard's quip. Add to that a few more girls and their bikinis and you have the... More>>
Gimme the Loot: NYCDIY Gimme the Loot
The sweet small pleasures of Gimme the Loot.
, March 21, 2013
A big winner at last year's SXSW, Gimme the Loot is a pocket-size Bronx indie with the wispiest of narrative ideas: A couple of teen graffiti... More>>
Heaven's Gate Revisited Heaven's Gate Revisited
Michael Cimino revisits his notorious flop Heaven's Gate, which maybe was a masterpiece all along.
, March 21, 2013
"This is the West, sir. When the legend becomes fact, print the legend." So goes the adage from John Ford's 1962 classic The Man Who Shot Liberty... More>>
Harmony Korine Explains the "Beauty in Horror" of Spring Break Harmony Korine Explains the "Beauty in Horror" of Spring Break
Spring Breakers' provocative director on the darkness beneath college partiers' booze, boobs and bad decisions.
, March 21, 2013
To most of the world, spring break seems like a lot of fun, but people who live in Miami, Fort Lauderdale or South Padre Island understand the... More>>
Bronx Bombers: Gimme the Loot Bronx Bombers: Gimme the Loot
Adam Leon's stellar first film - and TV show - toasts the tag artist.
, March 21, 2013
For a movie as much in love with New York's outer-borough street life as Adam Leon's Gimme the Loot, it will not do just to talk about the film.... More>>
Here Are Five Awesome/Crazy Theories About The Shining from Room 237 Here Are Five Awesome/Crazy Theories About The Shining from Room 237
, March 21, 2013
Like the blood that gushes forth from the elevators of the Overlook Hotel, brilliant/ridiculous theories of what Stanley Kubrick’s The... More>>
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone The Incredible Burt Wonderstone
Burt Wonderstone vanishes what Steve Carell's best at.
, March 14, 2013
Steve Carell's gift is for men who might drown in their own obliviousness. Like his Daily Show reporter or The Office's Michael Scott, his... More>>
The Tangled Web We Watch: A Bizarre Episode of Father-Son Bonding in the 21st Century The Tangled Web We Watch: A Bizarre Episode of Father-Son Bonding in the 21st Century
, March 14, 2013
Unlike many fledgling web series that use broad comedic strokes to up the laughs per second, faux-vlogging gem My Bastard Son combines the... More>>
In Top of the Lake, Peggy Olson Goes to Hell In Top of the Lake, Peggy Olson Goes to Hell
, March 14, 2013
Elisabeth Moss’s face is far from the only reason to savor Top of the Lake, Jane Campion’s smart, bracing, hugely enjoyable mystery... More>>
Oz the Great and Powerful Oz the Great and Powerful
This Oz is neither great nor powerful.
, March 07, 2013
It's a bad omen when, early on in Oz the Great and Powerful, we learn that the full given name of its wizard is Oscar, also the ceremony that... More>>
Other Ozzes, Great and Terrible (But Mostly Terrible) Other Ozzes, Great and Terrible (But Mostly Terrible)
, March 07, 2013
Twenty minutes into the first full-length movie based on L. Frank Baum's most beloved novel, a duck pukes into the face of Larry Semon, the star... More>>
Fee-Fi-Fo-Fun Jack the Giant Slayer
A giant adventure's old-fashioned spirit
, February 28, 2013
To paraphrase Stephen Sondheim, there are big, tall, terrible, fleshy, bulbous-headed giants in the sky in Jack the Giant Slayer. And what would... More>>
<< Previous Page | 1 | ... | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 | ... | 100 | ... | 130 | Next Page >> Display Results per Page

Now Showing

Find capsule reviews, showtimes & tickets for all films in town.

Houston Concert Tickets

Box Office Report

Loading...