The Boss Baby is a lackluster snoozer with no discernible audience.
The Zookeeper’s Wife grabs your attention and keeps it engaged.
Frantz is the kind of film that creates a lasting sense of intimate familiarity.
Life is a blatant rip-off of the Alien franchise — and a damn good one.
Personal Shopper recklessly rambles between tense rises and brainless descents.
Song to Song requires a hearty dose of Dramamine and a bar within quick walking distance of the theater.
The Sense of An Ending is a slow-burn affair with no spark.
Beauty and the Beast is a faithful, often beautiful reproduction of the original.