Roberto Rodriguez spews most of his action in an hour, leaving behind flaccid remains.
Vittorio De Sica took a subtle approach in underscoring the horrors of Italian anti-Semitism.
Some Spaghetti Westerns were genre-changing, and this one was among them.
Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman's porn story is hardly more compelling than Wikipedia.
The second installment of the KA franchise is fun — minus the newfound moralizing.
Saudi director Haifaa al-Mansour makes history with her locally-filmed drama.
Pixar refuses to let a good franchise possibilty go, to the detriment of most adults.
The "new" Superman takes an old franchise back to the future, winningly.
Baz Luhrmann's take on Fitzgerald is delicious eye candy, but little more.
The Iron Man franchise is slightly revived, but that isn't saying much.
Tarantino goes West, but stays at the very top of his vervy, nervy game.
Matthew McConaughey has an actor's movie breakout in Jeff Nichols' "Mud."