Saoirse Ronan stars in Brooklyn, adapted from the Colm Toibin novel about an Irish immigrant torn between two countries.
Journalists played by Liev Schreiber, Michael Keaton, Rachel McAdams and Mark Ruffalo investigate an abuse scandal in the riveting newsroom drama Spotlight.
The 33 tells the true rescue story of 33 Chilean workers (Antonio Banderas, Lou Diamond Phillips) who survived two months underground after a mine collapse.
Dan Craig says hes tired of playing Bond, and it shows in the long, draggy Spectre, co-starring Lea Seydoux and Christoph Waltz.
If "Truth" wants to elicit sympathy for the journalists it portrays, then it's honest to a fault.
Being a witch hunter is apparently harder than it looks.
Michael Fassbender has the title role in Steve Jobs, a highly offbeat, sharply scripted, well-acted attempt to capture the essence of the title character. Co-starring Seth Rogen and Kate Winslet
Aaron Sorkin talks to Movie Critic Gary Thompson about his highly controversial script for Steve Jobs.
Guillermo del Toro's new horror movie, "Crimson Peak," isn't the least bit scary, leading rabid fans to counter that it's really a Gothic romance.
"Freehold" brings a stubborn issue-movie earnestness to what should be the rousing story of Ocean County, N.J., detective Laurel Hester.