The Desolation of Smaug is pure spectacle and a vast improvement over the last movie.
Dallas Buyers Club contains two of this year's best performances courtesy of Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto.
Fifty-seven years after it was first theatrically released, Elia Kazan's Baby Doll still sizzles.
Blue Is The Warmest Color is contemporary cinema at its best and one of the finest romantic dramas in many a season.
Thirty-four years after its initial release, Alien still packs a punch.
Wadjda is the first movie made by a female director to come out of Saudi Arabia, a country with no cinemas, and many Western viewers will find it an eye-opening experience.
The bad ones get their comeuppance, and Carrie's bloody response is thoroughly justified.
Something is decidedly off in America, and only a willfully ignorant person would continue the great lie that it's all going to work itself out on its own.
By the time the brisk, amiable comedy-drama has ended, we're left with feelings of uncertainty mingled with compassion.
Prince Avalanche is no a great movie, but its the kind of movie you can crush on.
That actress/filmmaker Lake Bell is able to fly her feminist flag and still keep the movie hilarious without being heavy-handed is a real pleasure to behold.