The pop grandeur of the visuals and a scene-stealing turn from Reilly stand out in this combative reboot.
Reese Witherspoon is a standout as a comic meddler in the upcoming series, which seems confused on whether it's shooting for satire.
Co-star Viola Davis deserves all the awards coming her way for her work in the adaptation of August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning play.
Oscar-nominated Ruth Negga shines in Jeff Nichols's study of the couple that overturned America's interracial marriage ban.
Oscar-winning actor's storming performance elevates an otherwise flat effort from director Stephen Gaghan in his followup to 'Syriana.'
The former graphic designer and director of 'Beginners' on moms, dads, pop culture and everything in between.
Damien Chazelle's followup to 'Whiplash' resurrects the old Hollywood musical to delightful effect.
If anyone can wring box-office success from a historical rout, it's Nolan.
Mahershala Ali, Ruth Negga, Denzel Washington, Viola Davis and more are likely to bag Academy Award nominations.
Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard swap accents and saliva in an old-school tribute to espionage thrillers.
'Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk' joins a list of Middle East war movies that collapse under the weight of their subject matter.
Newsweek film critic Tom Shone on how the fashion designer continues to assert total control in his second feature film.
"Moonlight" follows the story of a poor, black, gay boy growing up in downtown Miami at the height of the 1980s crack epidemic.
There's a crucial layer missing from Parker's character that prevents 'Divorce' from breaking you up in laughter.
The film is neither depressing nor lurid, but rather a tender portrayal of an intelligent misfit struggling to keep it together.
The Evan Rachel Wood and Anthony Hopkins drama is 'embarrassingly better' than the 1973 film that inspired it.
In his first column for Newsweek, Tom Shone reviews Ron Howard's "The Beatles: Eight Days a Week."