There’s a whole lot of Chinatown in Chris Pine’s directorial debut Poolman, an Angeleno neo-noir with a script that gives Robert Towne more than fair grounds to sue for damages.
The team behind Game Night offer a peppy spin on the classic 1970s roleplaying game, with Chris Pine as a rogue seeking revenge on those who have wronged him.
Olivia Wilde returns to the director’s chair for the upcoming psycho-thriller puncturing the idyll of ’50s suburbia.
There’s plenty of pizzazz in Patty Jenkins’ DC sequel, but it lacks the charm and personality of its predecessor.
Chris Pine is ill-cast as Robert the Bruce in this disastrous historical epic from writer/director David Mackenzie.
For all its ambition and artistic vision, Ava DuVernay’s glossy YA fairy tale fails to deliver.
By Josh Howey
The director of Selma and 13th returns with a stunning-looking kiddie adventure.
A compelling story, neatly-drawn characters and an inspiring lead help this DC comic book movie to soar.
The Hell or High Water director on the themes and influences that make up his finely crafted anti-western.
Jeff Bridges gives his best performance in years in this timely crime caper from David Mackenzie.
By Poppy Doran
Ben Foster and Chris Pine play bank robbing brothers in David Mackenzie’s gritty neo-western.
By Anton Bitel
Simon Pegg brings the funny on script detail in this rollicking second sequel in the latest Trek adventure.
This blustery neo-western from British director David Mackenzie relishes taking potshots at capitalism.
It’s all aboard the Starship Enterprise as Kirk and co embark on another action-packed deep space mission.
Cumberbitches rest easy: JJ Abrams ably navigates the USS Enterprise through dark skies.
Tony Scott maintains his high-octane style, but this has a more intimate feel than his other bombastic actioners.