High-tech nerdlingers become high-tech superheroes with the help of an inflatable robot. Don't try this at home, kids.
Ex Machina is an exceedingly smart and considerate sci-fi, creating believable tension around Alicia Vikander's all-too-believable AI.
PT Anderson and Thomas Pynchon deliver an amusingly trippy look at the underbelly of Americana, and it reeks of weed and paranoia. Can you dig it?
Clint Eastwood shows no signs of slowing down or changing his political views in American Sniper, a well-made but broad tale of wartime heroism.
With a worthy story to tell, the handsome Testament of Youth does a fine job of bringing Vera Brittain's memoirs to the big screen.
Witherspoon sheds pretense for a true story robbed of truth by a sickly over-earnestness that has one eye squarely on awards.
Three astounding leads and a director at the top of his game combine to create Foxcatcher, an eerie and brilliant tale of deception and bruised egos.
A certain irreverence and catchy songs help Into The Woods stand out from the herd of recent fairytale reimaginings.
With two excellent Gyllenhaals for the price of one, Enemy is a singularly terrifying psychosexual odyssey from director Denis Villeneuve.
With few scares and little else of what made the first film work, Angel of Death proves The Woman in Black should have been left in the grave.