Plus, What We Do in the Shadows, Kumail Nanjiani, Charlize Theron, and Elizabeth Banks.
Morris’ pitch-black FBI satire marries sharp comedy with bracing doses of reality.
Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively sparkle and spar in Paul Feig’s effervescent, witty thriller.
The threequel goes for a big finale, but ends up flat when it strains to rope in new genres.
A ramshackle wedding dramedy that misses on most of its laughs and its pathos.
The unlikely collaborators appear in support of their VH1 cooking show.
Ben Affleck and an A-list cast can’t save this dumb, overcomplicated action thriller.
A slice of American indie-movie hokum that gets only a mild boost from a terrific cast.
Another funny but empty exercise in comedians improvising themselves into oblivion.
Everything is not in its right place for math savant Christian Wolff.
A look ahead to our most (and least) anticipated onscreen offerings this summer.
New films by Spike Lee, Werner Herzog, Todd Solondz, and many more.