Writer-director Greta Gerwig's top-flight coming-of-age movie 'Lady Bird' stars Saoirse Ronan and Laurie Metcalf as loving, warring mother and daughter.
A Mississippi farm becomes a microcosm of racial and class injustice in the thoughtful, literary 'Mudbound,' starring Carey Mulligan and Mary J. Blige.
In downbeat 'Justice League,' Batman and Wonder Woman recruit Cyborg, Aquaman and Flash to fight a space demon.
Greta Gerwig's first try at writing and directing her own movie, the coming-of-age comedy "Lady Bird," is stunningly confident and assured.
Agatha Christie's famous mystery gets the showboating cast it deserves in 'Murder on the Orient Express.'
Melissa Leo is a Reverent Mother grappling with Vatican II reforms and a new class of prospective nuns in 'Novitiate,' co-starring Margaret Qualley.
Maggie Betts, director of "Novitiate," is part of a new generation of women changing the movie business by hiring other women.
More than two dozen features and documentaries will be presented during the 37th annual Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival, which runs through Nov. 19 at venues in and around the city.
New Zealand director Taiki Waititi and an enthusiastic cast turn 'Thor: Ragnarok' into a raucous comedy.
Colin Farrell and Nicole Kidman star as a wealthy couple plagued by a manipulative and vengeful teen 'The Killing of a Sacred Deer," a Yorgos Lanthimos movie that aims to provoke and misses by a mile.
'Blade of the Immortal' is Takashi Miike's 100th film, and a samurai action-comedy bloodbath
The foul-mouthed ladies of the "Bad Moms" franchise (Kristen Bell, Mila Kunis, and Kathryn Hahn) take on the holidays this time around.
The psycho puppeteer from the "'Saw" movies is alive and well, and probably running a troll farm.
A boy (Oakes Fegley) and girl (Millicent Simmonds) separated by half a century are linked in a magical story that brings both of them to New York's museum of natural history.
'Thank You For Your Service' is a condensed but sturdy adaption of David Finkel's nonfiction account of returning servicemen and PTSD.
Matt Damon is a post-war suburban father responding to a home invasion in the monumental misfire 'Suburbicon.'
When a blind woman (Blake Lively) has her sight restored, she finds her husband (Jason Clarke) looked better in her mind's eye.
Sean Baker's slice-of-life tale is set in an Orlando motel, where the carefree lives of the children contrast with the paycheck-to-paycheck world of the adults.
Miles Teller talks about seeking out combat vet Adam Schumann, the man he plays in the PTSD drama "Thank You for Your Service."
Michael Fassbender is a terrible detective in a bad, lurid movie in 'Snowman'