Pixote’s GameSpike Lee’s misguided World Cup joint.
22 Jump StreetCan the bromance survive without bromophobia?
Edge of TomorrowWatch out for that alien tentacle—it’s a doozy!
Night MovesA slow-burning suspense thriller from Kelly Reichardt, with an ending you’ll argue about all night.
The Book Every Movie Lover Should OwnThe sixth—and possibly last—edition of David Thomson’s New Biographical Dictionary of Film.
Effin’ Magnetos—How Do They Work?X-Men Days of Future Past is maximalist Hollywood filmmaking at its best.
Want to See a Giant Radioactive Lizard Whale on Stuff?Then Godzilla delivers.
Enemy and The DoubleTwo new movies about doppelgangers bear an uncanny resemblance.
IdaA journey you won’t forget.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2Maybe every generation gets the Spider-Man it deserves, but must every micro-generation?
Only Lovers Left AliveVampires are the perfect Jim Jarmusch characters.
TranscendenceThe perils of uploading Johnny Depp to a supercomputer.
Hateship LoveshipKristen Wiig is a revelation in this adaptation of Alice Munro’s short story.
ManeaterYou’d be crazy not to watch Scarlett Johansson in Under the Skin, but you might be unhappy you did.
Why Teens Love DystopiasBrutal, highly factionalized worlds governed by remote authoritarian entities? That’s basically high school.
The RoverGuy Pearce really wants his car back.
The Fault In Our StarsI didn’t cry once. What is wrong with me?
Obvious ChildA modest little comedy about an abortion.
MaleficentA fairy tale about the evil spell Angelina Jolie has cast on America.
Why Is Wolverine Doing All the Stuff I Already Did?Kitty Pryde has some notes on the new X-Men movie.
The Best Spielberg Blockbuster in YearsHow Godzilla director Gareth Edwards cloned the formula behind Jaws, Close Encounters, and Jurassic Park.
The ImmigrantJames Gray’s lavish, old-fashioned melodrama showcases big performances from Joaquin Phoenix and Marion Cotillard.
Freaks and GreeksSeth Rogen and Rose Byrne make war on bro privilege in Neighbors.
LockeA stripped-down existential road movie with a masterful performance from Tom Hardy.
Blue RuinA revenge thriller that cannily subverts your expectations of revenge thrillers.
High MaintenanceThis is how you should spend your 4/20.
Horse SenseWhat I learned about being a mother from National Velvet’s Araminty Brown.
A Very Special SnowflakeTalking to Errol Morris about Donald Rumsfeld, who’s as maddeningly opaque as ever in The Unknown Known.
A Mild WinterScarlett Johansson enlivens the pleasant but unremarkable new Captain America.
Muppets Most Wanted
The lovers, the dreamers, and Ray Liotta.