“Gone Girl” is a mesmerizing work of film, powered by a career-defining performance by Rosamund Pike.
Earnest and heartfelt, “The Good Lie” is a fine film inspired by true stories of courage, survival, and loss.
Smart, stylish, and entertaining from open to close, “The Equalizer” works thanks to yet another powerhouse Denzel Washington performance.
As a dark, moody thriller and detective yarn, you could do a lot worse than “A Walk Among the Tombstones.”
Like the family at its center, “This is Where I Leave You” is a hilarious and charmingly cluttered mess.
“The Drop” is intense, riveting, and as good a character-driven crime drama as any other released this past year.
Former 007 Pierce Brosnan makes his return to the spy thriller genre in the solid (but not spectacular) “The November Man.”
It sure looks and sounds like the original Sin City, but Sin City: A Dame to Kill For lacks the original’s punch and verve.
Rest easy, children of the 90s. This is one childhood favorite that Michael Bay has not wrecked for you.
“Get on Up” entertains and enthralls because just like its subject, the late James Brown, it’s not afraid to break the rules.