The talented, brief life and unexpected end of the jazz trumpeter is explored through B&W concert footage, photos, audio recordings and friends' interviews in this loving, yet startling, documentary.
The new Daniel Espinozo-directed sci-fi thriller, starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Ryan Reynolds, consists wrought of three-quarters parts "Alien," one-quarter part "Gravity," a jigger of "Europa Report," and a barrel of the wrong kind of laughs.
Affleck crams what might have been a great twelve-episode mini-series into a single, sputtering 129 minutes.
As a film, "Canoa" is required viewing for its sheer cinematic skill and storytelling verve; as document, it resonates now as never before.
Woody Allen's first venture into full-fledged drama invokes Bergman in its compositions and Shakespeare in its barefaced ancestral tragedy.
Denzel Washington directs a stellar stage-to-screen adaption of August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winner, the third midcentury story in his 10-work cycle.
With one of the most thrilling action finales ever committed to film, Don Siegel's "Edge of Eternity" (1959) utilizes size and scale in ways that modern blockbusters will envy yet never replicate.
Malick's latest plays like an overlong perfume ad about couples who can't stop spinning and touching things.
Disney's latest Princess movie is a winsome, celebratory feast for the eyes that continues to pave the way for Girl Power.
This glacially-based thriller about a serial killer who throws his victims in an icy lake is undone by the director's choice to film everything in slow motion.