REVIEW: The story, based on a World War II prison-camp memoir, is compelling. Jonathan Teplitzky’s insipid screen version doesn’t do the rich material justice.
REVIEW: In his first, and likely last, outing as a director, cinematographer Wally Pfister delivers a garbled, dispiriting, pseudo-cerebral non-thriller with a deadly dull Johnny Depp.
A new documentary relates the John Waters star’s story with affection and humor.
Johnny Depp’s new artificial-intelligence thriller “Transcendence” probably lacks the power to top the U.S. box office charts this weekend. That could clear the way for a third-straight victory by “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” or a come-from-behind win for “Rio 2.”
The film based on a true story is strongest when it focuses on real life.
Marlon Wayans and his siblings once competed for laughs over the dinner table. Now he rules the multiplex.
You’ll have to put up with a few ads, but the Sony-owned service offers plenty worth seeing.