Anderson's moving elegy for his teensy world.
Wes Anderson's moving elegy for his teensy world.
Wes Anderson's latest premieres at the Berlin Film Festival.
Checking out the notable stand-alones hitting the theaters.
The films you won't want to miss.
Skyfall is basically Downton Abby with cyber crime and shower sex.
Harry Potter — franchise king, hero of a generation — fights his last battle.
In Harry Potter finale the kids are not alright
Alley brings on the gore.
Angelina Jolie's big picture -- is she in the "needs a hit" category yet? -- opens this month, and is generally being described as "a female Bourne" or terms like that.Which means plenty of frantic cutting, shaky camera work, pulsing music, CGI explosions and -- well, you know the list of ingredient ... More >>
The Terminator is back. Plus lots of other movies we can't wait to see this season.
Winslet and Fiennes take the long and (Oscar-)worthy road to redemption
Kristin Scott Thomas shines as a child killer
Lady Georgiana Spencer, cheated in life and in casting
Martin McDonagh's sightseeing hit-men flick, isn't much of a trip
New Potter mines the depths of adolescent angst
The White Countess writes an inglorious final chapter for a dynamic filmmaking duo
The year in review
The fourth Harry Potter rushes through its paces
Wallace and Gromit make their long-overdue feature debut
The Constant Gardener ripens into a distasteful thriller
Pete Tong is a mockumentary that will make your heart dance
Unlike John Nash, Spider sees little triumph over schizophrenia
Nick Nolte pulls off a twitchy Gallic heist
Don't be fooled by the rocks that she's got, J.Lo's just a Maid in Manhattan
Dreamy Red Dragon completes the Hannibal boxed set
Despite revisiting the 20th century's cataclysmic events, Istvín Szabó's latest lacks emotional punch
Neil Jordan's adaptation of Affair buries all subtlety under a mountain of melodrama
Prince of Egypt goes wrong with Good Book rewrites
Exotic Elizabeth has admirable themes but an addled plot
Too much symbolism (and too little sex) shatters Oscar and Lucinda
Redford's Quiz Show asks: how far will a man go to win?
Freed from his earlier studies in pop redemption, the prince of schmaltz has made what might be the year's best movie