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“When the Game Stands Tall,“ starring Jim Caviezel as a coach, dramatizes what happens when a 151-game winning streak comes to an end.
“If I Stay” stars Chloe Grace Moretz as an Oregon teen who must choose between life and death after her family is in a calamitous accident.
The brilliant visuals in Michel Gondry's "Mood Indigo" contain less eternal sunshine and more dark, moody blues.
As an Irish priest who receives a death threat in the confessional, Brendan Gleeson acts in “Calvary” as if his soul depended on it.
In “Island of Lemurs: Madagascar,” the cute critters get their movie moment in the sun, complete with soothing narration by Morgan Freeman.
The most grievous offense in “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For” might just have been making a sequel to the stylish, satisfying 2005 original.
"The Amazing Spider-Man 2," "Only Lovers Left Alive" and "The Quiet Ones" hit store shelves.
Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan prove chemistry matters in sweet, old-fashioned “What If” about Toronto friends who might want to be more.
Sylvester Stallone's search for a franchise is more indefensible and dispensable than recommendable.
“Magic in the Moonlight” isn’t one of Woody Allen’s best but it’s still a modest summer delight, thanks to Colin Firth and Emma Stone.
Based on Lois Lowry’s best-seller, “The Giver” is both edifying and enjoyable and will appeal to entire families.
’Muppets Most Wanted“ ”Neighbors“ ”A Haunted House 2“ and ”The Railway Man“ hit store shelves this week.
“Let’s Be Cops,“ with Jake Johnson and Damon Wayans Jr., is guilty of being a typical August comedy, meaning laughs are in short supply.
“Step Up” returns for a fifth time and even one of the characters in the movie wonders why he and the others are still doing it.
“Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” don’t get enough screen time in their own movie.
“Into the Storm” takes moviegoers into the path of killer tornadoes as storm chasers, average adults and teens run for their lives.
In “The 100-Foot Journey,” Helen Mirren's reign as queen of the kitchen is threatened by an Indian immigrant chef in France.
The film documents the famed French designer’s career and personal and professional relationship with Pierre Berge.
“Titanic” director James Cameron is king of the underwater world in “Deepsea Challenge 3D,” charting his journey to the deepest ocean point.
"Divergent," "Need for Speed" and "Oculus" hit store shelves.
“Guardians of the Galaxy” mines 1970s music, obscure Marvel Comics, laughs and Chris Pratt’s appeal.
Chadwick Boseman should feel good, very good, as he moves from Jackie Robinson and a football draft pick to James Brown in “Get on Up.”
A sensual gem from French New Wave master Eric Rohmer — lost for 18 years — is no less enchanting or evocative.
Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood,” a dozen years in the making, opens today after taking Sundance and other 2014 film festivals by storm.
“I Origins” casts a wide net, embracing debate about faith, science and reincarnation in film from “Another Earth” filmmaker Mike Cahill.
New on DVD: 'Noah' and 'The Other Woman'
Luc Besson’s “Lucy” features Scarlett Johansson as a woman whose brain power is out of this world.
Suspense and gamesmanship course through the spy thriller “A Most Wanted Man” with Philip Seymour Hoffman, Rachel McAdams and Robin Wright.
Dazzling "Dance of Reality" proves a provocative, surreal film memoir from the 85-year-old master maker of "El Topo."
Despite the presence of Oscar winners Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton, “And So It Goes” comedy is cut from bland, sitcom cloth.
Zach Braff does triple duty as director, co-writer and actor in “Wish I Was Here,” as a struggling actor, husband and dad reassessing life.
Dwayne Johnson looks the part of Hercules but cannot sell the role in new movie based on Steve Moore comic.
"Transcendence" stars Johnny Depp as in a kind of high-tech horror story; "Heaven Is for Real" recounts a boy‘s visions of the afterlife.