“We Are Your Friends” stars Zac Efron as a 23-year-old DJ looking for meaning and the perfect music in his life in the San Fernando Valley.
“The Diary of a Teenage Girl,“ starring breakout British actress Bel Powley, finds a 15-year-old sampling adult pleasures and perils.
A new mountain climbing documentary follows three expert climbers as they try to scale the Shark’s Fin in northern India.
Joshua Oppenheimer’s sequel to “The Act of Killing” tries to peer into the eyes and hearts of men responsible for a genocide in Indonesia.
Before the final hula, all of the key characters must take a stand, stake a claim or face the consequences of their actions in “Aloha.”
The Dowdle brothers’ film starring Owen Wilson is a disappointing international thriller.
“Hitman: Agent 47” is second attempt at turning video game into a palatable, popular movie, this time with Rupert Friend in title role.
The extremely violent “American Ultra” isn’t Jesse Eisenberg’s best work. “The End of the Tour” and his performance in it is better.
Brando speaks for himself in documentary drawing on his audiotapes, and post-World War II Berlin provides ghostly backdrop for “Phoenix.”
“Sinister 2” has a couple of good jumps but seems like a goofy 1980s horror throwback rather than a memorable cinematic scare-fest.
Film offers some laughs and silliness but not much growth.
“The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared,” “Little Boy” and “The Royals,” hit store shelves this week.
“The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” impresses in style and cinematography, but disappoints in dialogue and pizazz.
“Cop Car,” a thriller starring Kevin Bacon as a Colorado sheriff, chases moviegoers but loses them with a dark, gritty atmosphere.
“Straight Outta Compton,” a drama about the rap group N.W.A., boasts instant audience appeal.
“The End of the Tour” is a two-man show and a good one, thanks to actors Jason Segel and Jesse Eisenberg and their true-life counterparts.
“Hot Pursuit” isn’t quite a hot mess, but it’s not very funny, either; “Unfriended” gives a new meaning to the phrase ghost in the machine.
Sean Baker’s nontraditional storytelling approach — shooting his film using an iPhone 5 — results in a sympathetic and funny rare gem.
“Fantastic Four” presents a new foursome played by Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan, Kate Mara and Jamie Bell, but it’s not so fantastic.
Woody Allen’s latest film, “Irrational Man,” is an unusual “murder comedy.”
Beware of old classmates bearing gifts and possible grudges in a new movie from actor, writer and first-time director Joel Edgerton.
“Ricki and the Flash” casts Meryl Streep as a woman who left her husband and three children in Indianapolis to pursue rock ’n’ roll dreams.
Writer-director Maya Forbes draws on her childhood and father, who struggled with bipolar disorder, for “Infinitely Polar Bear.”
“Shaun the Sheep Movie” heads from stop action animated comedy to a clever 85 minutes of entertainment.