PEOPLE Movie Critic

Angelina Jolie's new film explores "what it means to be a woman, in all our strength, complexity and vulnerability," writes PEOPLE's critic
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Seth Rogen and Zac Efron make Neighbors one of the year's funniest comedies
Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone are a delight, but the onslaught of villains almost kills The Amazing Spider-Man 2
Tom Hardy dazzles in the emotional-breakdown drama Locke, but the combined pull of Cameron Diaz and Kate Upton can't save The Other Woman
Joe and Oculus is worth the trip to the theater, but Rio 2 may be worth sitting out
A quietly powerful Breathe In offers viewers relationship depth
What to catch – and what to ditch – at the movies this weekend
PEOPLE's critic reviews new movies with Jason Bateman, Jake Gyllenhaal and Aaron Paul
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Wes Anderson's whimsical offering is one of his best films yet, says PEOPLE's critic
The fun of Non-Stop is that it's an action thriller and a whodunit, says PEOPLE's critic
Handicapping this year's top races, including the acting categories plus Best Picture and Best Director
The actor, director and screenwriter leaves behind a long legacy
What should win in the screenplay awards, for cinematography and for best animated and documentary features
Plus, PEOPLE's critic sounds off on The Wind Rises and Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me
PEOPLE's critic sounds off on which '80s remake is worth your Valentine's Day dollars
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The animated flick, based on the beloved toy sets, hopes to build a big following – PEOPLE's critic weighs in
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit is a solid reboot of the spy franchise, but PEOPLE's critic says Ride Along is a bum steer
August: Osage County is a hoot and a holler, says PEOPLE's film critic, but a serious family drama it ain't
What were your top picks for the year? PEOPLE's critic weighs in with hers
Saving Mr. Banks is a spoonful of sugar, but PEOPLE's critic says the real delight is Her
Rush wins by a mile, but PEOPLE's critic says avoid Baggage Claim
Sometimes Dexter was Norman Bates. Sometimes he was John-Boy Walton
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Prisoners is tough to sit through, but Enough Said will lighten your day, says PEOPLE's critic
Weekend movie guide: Catch Caprice but be wary of The Family
Will The World's End rock your world? PEOPLE's critic helps with your weekend movie choices