Review: Cam

Falling well short of its intention to become a De Palma indebted flick for the digital age, the disappointing and tough-to-stomach thriller Cam almost succeeds in becoming captivating viewing thanks to an exceptional leading performance and an intriguing premise.

Review: Instant Family

One of the finest, funniest, and smartest mainstream family comedies in recent memory, the moving and charming Instant Family balances flashes of snappy banter and slapstick comedy with an overwhelming amount of realism and emotional intelligence.

Review: A Private War

With A Private War, a biopic about the life and work of war journalist Marie Colvin, director Matthew Heineman makes a convincing and confident leap from documentaries to dramatic storytelling, and Rosamund Pike delivers what might go down as her best performance to date.

Review: The Front Runner

The Front Runner, director Jason Reitman’s look inside a cultural moment in time that helped alter the course of modern journalism, follows along in the tonal vein of other recently minted film and television looks at politicians falling from grace, but it also finds the filmmaker and his chosen star in reinvigorated form.