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January 01, 1990 - April 26, 2013 + Film Reviews
Joe Morgenstern on the documentary about baseball and the power of money, and the new Swedish thriller by the director of Safe House.
Joe Morgenstern on a 'good and nasty' film, sustained by a 'bouyant spirit, and a 'reboot of a foundering franchise.'
There isn't a trace of calculation in Benh Zeitlin's debut feature, only hopes and artistic ambitions that have come to fruition in the year's finest...
Joe Morgenstern on Pixar's first feature with a female protagonist, a good first and long overdue, but…
Joe Morgenstern reviews Ridley Scott's tale of interstellar search, with its cosmic questions about the meaning of life.
Joe Morgenstern reviews the ambitious production by first-time feature filmmaker Rupert Sanders, "a whiz at visual storytelling."
Joe Morgenstern offers thoughts on three very different new movies being released this Memorial Day weekend.
Joe Morgenstern considers Sacha Baron Cohen’s gleefully scabrous portrait of a fictional North African tyrant, and a board game gone megabudget-ballistic.
The big weekend movie at the multiplexes may be Tim Burton's worn-out "Dark Shadows," but the big movie for Joe Morgenstern is a little Japanese...
What if Marvel gave a party and everybody came? Joe Morgenstern on Joss Whedon’s "fitfully enjoyable convocation of Marvel's comic book superheroes..."
Joe Morgenstern on the "smart, funny, scary, surprising" new Norwegian thriller, and the "mirthless romcon" from the Judd Apatow laugh factory...
Kevin Macdonald's "Marley" documents the emergence and evolution of the late reggae icon.
You may remember the moment in Titanic when Molly Brown sees the suddenly tuxedoed Jack Dawson and says, "You shine up like a new penny."...
It's a good week for documentaries. "Bully" and "The Island President" are both worth checking out.
Joe Morgenstern reviews "The Hunger Games," a movie about kids being manipulated – literally unto death. It's a film that manipulates it audience as well…