★★★1/2 Confessions of a dangerously intoxicated mind. Charlie Sheen goes meta.
★★★★1/2 Neil Jordan returns to the genre sucked dry by Twi-hards, giving it a much-needed blood transfusion.
★★1/2 Just about works on the strength of the brain-bending, big screen visuals, the fresh-faced beauty of Kirsten Dunst and the originality of its concept.
★★★1/2 What might result if Repulsion-era Polanski, started moonlighting as a director for Midsommer Murders.
★ What’s love got to do with it?
★★★★ A cherishable example of the rom-com done right.
★★1/2 Kathleen Turner’s performance is much more credible than the script.
★★★★ An august, insightful comedy, Dustin Hoffman conducts a superb cast of veteran actors in perfect harmony.
★★1/2 Ryan Gosling rides the lightning in this overreaching, overlong tale of a criminal, the cop that takes him down, and the sons they leave behind.
★★★1/2 Oscar Issac is exceptional as the man of constant sorrow.