James Gray’s philosophical space odyssey starring Brad Pitt is imperfect, but its ambition and singularity are hard to argue.
Tarantino dashes expectations by promising a Manson Murders movie and instead making a micro-managed, three-hour hangout movie.
Our on-site paparazzo caught the stars at premieres of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and The Dead Don’t Die, among others.
David Ayer’s ultra-macho WWII movie is brutal. But as one of the few films about a tank crew ever made, it has built-in appeal.
Including zombies, love and juvenile delinquents, here are today’s local theater releases.
Marc Forster’s attempt to make a new type of zombie film falls short, with World War Z.
A heavy-hitting cast, tense atmosphere and sharp dialogue make this underworld thriller just a few stops short of greatness.