Too cute? Maybe. Disneynature’s latest documentary is visually astonishing but can’t transcend the trappings of relatable wildlife story.
Five college kids go into the woods in Drew Goddard’s directorial debut. What comes out? Pain-loving zombies, a wicked sense of Buffy-style humor and a film that finally shakes up the slasher-movie genre.
Whit Stillman’s first project in 14 years shows he’s still a prep-obsessed filmmaker with razor sharp wit
Get ready to wallow; the director of American History X turns his sights on a high school where nobody is having any fun at all.
In this surprisingly touching comedy from the Duplass brothers, Jason Segel plays Jeff, who lives at home and by the end, also in your heart.
In this subtitled comedy that mocks telenovas, Will Ferrell proves he could order dinner in Spanish, but that’s about it.
In this week’s issue of TIME, I wrote a piece about actress Rachel Weisz, framed around her role in the new Terence Davies’ film The Deep Blue Sea. The film is the second adaptation of Terence Rattigan’s 1952 play about …
The snappy dialogue tops the drama in Lasse Hallström’s Salmon Fishing in the Yemen. Meanwhile a documentary about perhaps the world’s greatest sushi chef is hunger-inducing.
Elizabeth Olsen plays a young woman trapped in a house full of strange noises and dark secrets. She gets so scared she throws up; we almost joined in.
In writer-director Jennifer Westfeldt’s new film, two friends imagine they can have a child together yet remain completely platonic. Good luck with that.
This adaptation of Nick Flynn’s acclaimed memoir Another Bull__ Night in Suck City holds on to its poetry, although the profanity-laced title had to go.
There are good movies, and then there are good-for-February movies. Wanderlust is one of them.