Bad Samaritan

The watchability of “Bad Samaritan,” the latest nonsensical schlock fest from producer-turned-director Dean Devlin (“Geostorm”), depends entirely on its star.

The Avengers in peril

How does one review a film like “Avengers: Infinity War?” To list the cast would take half the article. Describing the plot in any kind of detail would be viewed as a colossal spoiler. It’s not trying to sell itself to newcomers because by now, the entire world likes superheroes.

New York City Subway

A week ago, The Daily spoke with alum Ryan McDonough, whose debut film “Groove” tells the story of Melanie, a street performer in New York as she prepares for a music competition.

Charley and Lean on Pete

What’s better than a story about a man and his dog? A story about a man and his horse. Er, a boy and his horse, in the case of “Lean on Pete,” the most recent film from the burgeoning powerhouse that is A24 and director Andrew Haigh.

"Every Day" Film

“Every Day” tells the story of A, an entity that wakes up in a different body every morning and has to live a day in that person’s literal and metaphorical shoes.

"Blumhouse's Truth or Dare" Film

“Truth or Dare” — oh, sorry, I mean “Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare” — is the kind of movie that asks a lot of questions.

Mariska Hargitay in "I Am Evidence"

Nothing in “I Am Evidence” is groundbreaking or surprising to anyone who knows anything about how inadequate our law system is regarding this issue specifically.

Vincent Elbaz in "I Am Not An Easy Man"

This is exactly what the essence of Pourrait’s film is getting at. It is only in a fictitious, female-run world that Alexandra can get away with casual hook-ups unscathed because in reality, her character would be condemned for not adhering to social norms.

Aleksey Rozin and Maryana Spivak in "Loveless"

At first glance, “Loveless” appears to be a film about a tragic marriage that results in a runaway child. But it has way more complexity than that

Shia LaBouf in "Borg v. McEnroe'

The film uses the character flaws built into Borg and into McEnroe to create a satisfying ending, even if only one of them can go home the champion that year.