The Hitman's Bodyguard
While no one is going to mistake The Hitman’s Bodyguard for high art, it will please those in the mood for late-summer fun.
A story of kindness.
The sense of place and uniformly superb performances make it worth seeing, and maybe ultimately singing along with.
A true story of miscarried justice, under-served by its filmmaking but full of excellent performances.
Watching it is like finding money in the pocket of a coat that you haven’t worn in years.
As much as can be said about Louis Malle's jazzy French noir in 30 minutes.
An engrossing documentary of the Ferguson, Missouri uprising, told from the community's point of view.
Scout Tafoya's video essay series about maligned masterworks continues with a celebration of the late George Romero and "Survival of the Dead."
The great playwright and screen actor leaves behind a legacy of introspective, fascinating work, much of it having to do with America's self-image.
In this sincere but inert melodrama, a fast-talking workaholic (Gerard Butler) learns to appreciate what's really important.
RogerEbert.com's Godfrey Cheshire is writing a book about Iranian cinema.