Alice Wang, '15 reviews Oscar front-runner The Descendants.
The Help presents a fresh take on the Civil Rights-era, avoiding the tackiness that could have been its downfall.
One and a three quarters thumbs up for Water for Elephants.
Sucker Punch successful as an expirimental film, but can't tie things together.
Dogtooth deters and disturbs.
Despite its similarities to a certain vampire-obsessed trilogy, Red Riding Hood manages to be an entertaining, if somewhat linear, thriller.
Rango may look pretty, but, like many cute sorority girls, it lacks cohesion.
Wesley Ambrecht looks at the latest from Dreamworks (and details his longtime crush on Dianna Agron).
Alex Bankoff gives his take on Tiny Furniture's portrayal of post-collegiate lethargy.
Chris Palermino looks at the symbolism and activism in A Different Path.