Starting with his 1960 Olympic gold medal in Rome and shuttle-running through his bitter, fascinating square-off with public opinion, The Trials of Muhammad Ali covers a tremendous amount of ground.
As erroneous as it sounds, the most subtle movie Ron Howard has made in years involves Formula 1 cars pulling up pavement at triple-digit speeds.
Gilles Legrand's unnerving drama offers heavy value in the I-hate-you-dad department.
An American gangster caricature that's self-aware in all the wrong ways, The Family is Luc Besson at his top-heaviest.
The mystery surrounding his life was an intricate device — one only an artist with the balls to self-mythologize in the third person could construct.
Married life ain't for everyone, but most people don't react quite as dramatically once they find out.
Former United States of Tara showrunner Jill Soloway vamps on that vein of matriarchal dysfunction with feature debut Afternoon Delight
Viewers of all patience levels are bound to feel frustrated by the film's sluggish pace.
The majority of Getaway looks like it was filmed by a blackout drunk person with an Android phone.
The most high-minded of Edgar Wright's "Cornetto Trilogy," named for the ice cream treat that pops up in all three movies, is also the triumvirate's second-best...
As sardonically demented as it is super-gory, Adam Wingard's You're Next is a home-invasion screamer for people who hate coming home.
With subjects as tragicomically inspiring as Ushio and Noriko Shinohara, Zachary Heinzerling probably could've won his 2013 Sundance directing award with an iPhone.
While it's easiest to drop the onus on directors and producers when a talent-stacked cast comes back with a lousy product, you've also got to stick fingers toward the actors themselves...
Missing the excitable clip and teenage sneer of Matthew Vaughn's first stab, the titular not-that-super-hero and his naive associates start slowly and stumble from there in this neutered sequel...
Much has been taken from Chef Chris Kearse. That hasn't stopped him from taking it right back.