Review: ‘Dallas Buyers Club’ Rests Entirely On Matthew McConaughey

The true-life story of Dallas' own Ron Woodruff, who was living live to the full in the mid-1980s when he was given 30 days to live.

Review: ‘All is Lost,’ Adrift on an Unforgiving Sea

Robert Redford sails alone into the Indian Ocean and faces his destiny in a compelling drama of survival.

Review: ‘Riddick’ Cheerfully Accepts Its Self-Imposed Limitations

Vin Diesel returns in a sci-fi survival tale that morphs into something a bit different.

Review: ‘The Lone Ranger’ Tells Two Stories At The Same Time, Baffling Everyone

Et tu, Tonto? Johnny Depp upgrades the stereotypes, but is it enough to make for a satisfying adventure?

Review: ‘Pieta’ Begs to be Different

The 18th film from the oft-controversial Korean auteur Kim Ki-duk is punishing to watch. Unless we're not supposed to take it seriously.

Review: ‘Fast & Furious 6’ Flies Confidently and Absurdly Into Superhero Territory

The newest installment of the series heads to Europe to wreack vehicular damage and reunite a family.

Review: ‘Frances Ha,’ A Woman At Loose Ends in the Big City

Director Noah Baumbach and actress Greta Gerwig co-wrote the script for this lighthearted portrait of a young woman facing a life crisis.

Review: ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ Riffs, Rocks, and Rolls

Are they still going boldly where no one has gone before? J.J. Abrams and the crew of the Starship Enterprise face a formidable foe in the latest installment of the space-based franchise.

Review: ‘Mud’ Presents a Clear-Eyed View of Modern American Life

The new film from Jeff Nichols ('Take Shelter') features Matthew Conaughey as a mysterious stranger who enters the lives of two teenage boys on the verge of adulthood. But it's really about America.

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