New Movies

Inequality for All warns that capitalism is malfunctioning

Robert Reich speaks dynamically in two new documentaries this week, about the rich, the poor and the shrinking middle class.

Must-see films for children (Frozen) and mature folks (Nebraska and Philomena)

Disney, Dern and Dench lead the pack this week in three wonderful films.

Hunger Games thrills again, Short Term 12 astounds, The Book Thief adequate

Jennifer Lawrence shines once more in the second Hunger Games movie.

A true beatnik story, some post-nuclear terror, a holiday farce and a minor celebrity’s surprise

Daniel Radcliffe moves on from Harry Potter to Alan Ginsberg and the future beatniks

Three hot films to see: Thor, Dallas Buyers Club and Blue is the Warmest Color

Matthew McConaughey’s reformed homophobe and Chris Hemsworth’s hunky Thor are your top choices at the movies this week

12 Years a Slave, a masterpiece, leads a long list of new movies now playing

Chiwetel Ejiofor, as well as Michael Fassbender and Lupita Nyong'o are sure to be nominated for their superb acting in 12 Years a Slave.

Reviews of The Fifth Estate, Muscle Shoals, Escape Plan, Wadjda and more

Benedict Cumberbatch intrigues in The Fifth Estate as the founder of WikiLeaks

Rush thrills, Metallica pumps, Enough Said and Don Jon win as romantic comedies

Fun-loving men vs methodical plodders. Rush plays out the mythic contest on and off the race car track

Our best director goes Hollywood; two Chinese stars in a comic romp, J.D. Salinger’s story re-told and art thieves at work

Denis Villeneuve makes his first Hollywood film with Prisoners starring Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal and Paul Dano

Reviews of Passion, The Family and Insidious Chapter 2

Rachel McAdams is back in Mean Girls mode in Passion.