Three decades after its release, Ridley Scott’s movie of the Philip K. Dick novel remains an icon of knotty science-fiction film mastery
Giving the Disney Princess tale a CGI makeover, Pixar scores its 13th straight No. 1 opener, leaving Vampire Hunter for dead and quickly ending Steve Carell’s World
It takes a while, but the new Pixar movie about a Scottish princess reveals its grand artistry and a Brave heart
A moribund version of Seth Grahame-Smith’s mashup novel springs to life only when Abe is railsplitting the undead
He changed the way people look at movies. He wrote the most influential book on American films. He was a mentor and a friend. He is irreplaceable.
Women victimized by sexual abuse speak out in a poignant, powerful documentary that just might change the system
Movies with two top stars fall to the DreamWorks animation juggernaut. Are Tom and Adam at a career crossroads, or heading off the box-office cliff?
Ethan Hawke is the troubled writer adrift in Paris, and Kristin Scott Thomas his mysterious muse, in this cool, creepy psychological thriller
Though Tom Cruise fire-breathes some life into this ripoff of ’80s hair-metal rock, it’s still a ludicrously bad Schlock of Ages
The giddily animated DreamWorks sequel beats the avidly awaited Alien prequel.
In his latest kinda-comedy, about a schlub and the women in his sad life, the writer-director finds a pitch-perfect blend of bitter humor and sweet dreams
This DreamWorks animated sequel pushes cartoon mayhem to its insane apogee
Ridley Scott, director of the 1979 horror-space classic, revisits the franchise with a prequel so close to the original in its scare tactics, it’s practically a pre-make