As the director’s latest, Blackhat, crashes at the box office, maybe it’s time for the director of Heat to make his own Dark Knight.
The director’s first film since Public Enemies places Chris Hemsworth in front of a computer for two frustratingly numbing hours that you wish you could “force quit.”
2015 is already shaping up to be a good year for the box office, with a blockbuster lineup that sees the reawakening of Star Wars, the opening of Jurassic World and the conclusion of The Hunger Games.
Allow John McClane, Bruce Wayne and Tony Stark to help make your holidays a little brighter – with the help of a few explosions.
For a film fixated on details and accuracy, Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi epic is plagued by numerous plot holes. Here are the ones we spotted.
Beautifully shot and painstakingly detailed, the filmmaker’s sci-fi epic suffers from a frustrating inattention to its emotional core.
David Ayer’s uneven World War II drama delivers gritty combat scenes and strong performances, but stumbles with the type of episodic storytelling that succeeded in End of Watch.
David Fincher’s latest is an “often uncomfortable, always tense and never boring film” based on the best-selling novel by Gillian Flynn.
Moses himself, Christian Bale, was on hand to preview more than 30 minutes of footage from Fox’s Biblical tale.
Denzel Washington’s vigilante takes a very R-rated, incredibly violent route to serve justice — with the help of power tools.
What could’ve been the stop-motion equivalent of a Pixar classic from the makers of ParaNorman ends up a noble misfire.