A curioser and curioser mix of color and noise, Alice's latest adventure is fitfully entertaining, but ultimately unnecessary.
The latest X-Men movie feels like a trip to the B-grade comic book back issues bin.
"The Ones Below" is a nifty little thriller that reminds us that suspenseful movies don't have to rely on over-the-top theatrics to provide the nail-biting moments we love.
Due to the magic of the internet, two strangers, Princess Shaw and Kutiman, are able to create beautiful music and share it with the world.
This thoughtful documentary shows how slowly and methodically good intentions can become perverted when demagoguery goes unchecked.
Six male acquaintances cruising the Aegean Sea in a luxury yacht decide to settle a round of boasting. May the best man win...
Guerrilla documentarian Michael Moore takes an American flag and American ideas around Scandinavia, the continent, and North Africa in a more subdued, still funny and yet revelatory quest on how to become a better United States.
The iconic character of Hannibal Lector didn't make his movie debut in "Silence of the Lambs" like some people think. That distinction belongs to this 1986 underrated film.
What's more enjoyable than a harmless, dated 1982 comedy?
Those two 80s studs Rob Lowe and James Spader starred in a 1990 potboiler that should get reexamined.