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Daniel Radcliffe Elevates the Absurdity in 'Weird: The Al Yankovic Story'

‘Andor’ Gets Crushed Beneath the Empire’s Boot in the Bleakest Piece of ‘Star Wars’ Ever Made

Cate Blanchett Is Maestra Of Us All In The Career-Defining 'Tár'

'The Banshees of Inisherin' is a Quiet, Simple Story of a Tall Handsome Man in a Dusty Black Coat with a Red Left Hand

Now on Netflix: Eddie Redmayne Kills in 'The Good Nurse'

Armando Iannucci's 'Avenue 5' Is Back and Better Than Ever

The Empire Ruined Andor’s Sex-cation, Now It’s Personal

Review: Shudder's 'V/H/S/99' Tackles the Real Horrors of Y2K

The Hype Around ‘Andor’ Episode 6 Is Real

'Halloween Ends' Review: We are Finally Free From this Treachery

Review: Park Chan-wook Returns with the Gripping Thriller ‘Decision to Leave’

Review: The Third and Final Season of 'Derry Girls'

'Amsterdam' Review: David O. Russell Needs to Be Stopped

Netflix's Halloween Family Movie 'The Curse of Bridge Hollow' Is a Full-Size Candy Bar

NYFF Review: Timothee Chalamet and Taylor Russell Find Love In a Hopeless Place In 'Bones And All'

Review: Hulu's Momo-Inspired 'Grimcutty' Is a Failure

Now on Peacock: 'Beast' Is A Tenacious Blast of Old-School ‘When Animals Attack!’ Savagery

‘Andor’ Reveals an Empire Whose Systems Are Worse Than the Emperor

NYFF Review: Adam Driver And Greta Gerwig Face Down The Apocalypse In Noah Baumbach's Incomparable 'White Noise'

'Smile' Is a Ruthless Indictment of Mental Health Stigmas and Not For the Faint of Heart [Spoilers]

Review: 'Bros' Is A Good Top In Search Of A Decent Bottom

The Empire in ‘Andor’ Is Actually on the Ball and Ruthless As Hell

Christ, the Characters in ‘Andor’ Slap

Review: The Charming ‘Catherine Called Birdy’ Brings Adolescent Angst and Jokes to Medieval England

The Greatest Beer Run Ever’ Is Bad

Boy, That Andor Sure Is a Rogue One (It’s Going To Be Like This the Whole Time)

Review: Crowd-Pleasing 'The Woman King' Revitalizes the Old-School Historical Epic

TIFF 2022 Review: ‘Carmen’ is a Messy Reinterpretation of the Iconic Opera

TIFF 2022 Review: ‘Daliland’ Brings an Iconic Artist to Life but Fails to Live Up to His Vision

Review: A Boy's Best Friend Is Their Mother (Until Not) In The Lukewarm 'Goodnight Mommy' Remake

Review: Mia Goth Sparkles and Slashes in ‘Pearl’

TIFF 2022 Review: Henry Selick and Jordan Peele Are a Striking Creative Pair in 'Wendell and Wild'

TIFF 2022 Review: ‘All the Beauty and the Bloodshed’ Tells the Story of a Remarkable Life and a Battle Against the Opioid Crisis

TIFF 2022 Review: 'Sick' is an Otherwise Worthy 'Scream' Successor Coated in Infectious COVID Droplets

TIFF 2022 Review: Sarah Polley’s Stunning ‘Women Talking’ Tackles Female Trauma and Quiet Power

Review: ‘Samaritan’ is the Next Phase of Superhero Churn

George Miller's 'Three Thousand Years Of Longing' Is a Weird Little Miracle

Review: 'Glorious' Is the Trolley Problem by Way of 'Futurama'

'Orphan: First Kill' is so Much Better Than it Has Any Business Being

The Family Superhero Flick 'Secret Headquarters' Is Surprisingly Old-Fashioned Sweet Fun

Review: ‘Fire of Love’ Shows Volcano Geeks in Love to a Fiery Backdrop

Review: 'Bullet Train' Spoils Dumb Fun with White Nonsense

Review: Gen Z Takes A Beating From The Whodunit Hands of A24's 'Bodies Bodies Bodies'

Fantasia Review: 'Hypochondriac' Is More of the Same But Different

Fantasia Review: Carter Smith's 'Swallowed' Digs Deep Into The Dark Nooks Of Queer-Horror

Fantasia Review: 'Relax, I'm From the Future,' is 'Terminator' by Way of Zany Youth

Review: ‘Not Okay’ Takes on the Narcissism of an Internet Influencer Scammer and Mostly Succeeds

'Don't Make Me Go' Review: Can Hot Dad John Cho Carry This Beautiful Movie Through Its Bullsh*t Twist?

Review: ‘Persuasion’ Is Awful and It’s Also Everything That’s Wrong with Netflix

Review: ‘Dreaming Walls’ Reveals the History and Ongoing Gentrification of the Chelsea Hotel

Review: Alice Krige's Incandescent Face Lights Up The Folk Horror Woods With 'She Will'

Review: Lesley Manville Sparkles As A Cinderella Senior In 'Mrs. Harris Goes To Paris'

The ‘Obi-Wan’ Finale Is Satisfying (From a Certain Point of View)

Review: ‘Elvis’ is What a Baz Luhrmann Biopic of Presley Was Always Going to Be… For Better or Worse

'The Black Phone' Is a Spooky, Scary Horror Movie with a Capital 'H'

Review: 'Flux Gourmet' Turns an Extended Fart Joke into an Empathetic Treatise on Loneliness and the Power of Art

Tribeca Review: 'PEN15' Star Anna Konkle Puts The Boom In Baby Boom With The Dark Comedy 'The Drop'

Now on Digital: Irish Horror Gains Another Unsettling Classic with 'You Are Not My Mother'

In 'Cha Cha Real Smooth,' the Actor/Writer/Director Can't Stop Obsessing Over Himself

‘Obi-Wan’ Just Cemented Darth Vader as a Glorified School Shooter

Tribeca Review: Penelope Cruz And Antonio Banderas Devour The Art-House In The Frantically Funny 'Official Competition'

Tribeca Review: The Mustache Unmakes The Man In The Unsettlingly Sparse 'The Integrity Of Joseph Chambers'

Tribeca Review: How Hungry We Are For Horror, And Here's 'Family Dinner' To Fill Us Up

Review: ‘Interceptor’ is a Casually Unhinged, Braindead Load of Occasionally Amusing Nonsense

Review: 'Jurassic World: Dominion' Is Like a Raptor Claw Across the Belly

Your Boy Obi-Wan Is Feeling Like His Old Self Again

On 'The Boys' Season 3, Starlight Is in Hell

What I Learned Cataloging 'Late Night' with Seth Meyers’ 'Corrections'

Review: Golf Underdog Biopic ‘The Phantom of the Open’ is a Classic British Comedy, For Better or Worse

Review: 'Crimes of the Future' Is a Science Fiction Opus for the Sickos

Review: 'Fire Island''s Big Heart And Speedos Bulge With Rom-Com Magic

Review: Maika Monroe And Karl Glusman Make For Gorgeous Things To Watch In 'Watcher'

'Morbius' Review: It's Morbin' Time!

Is ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi' Saving Its Money for the Back Half?

Review: Terence Davies' 'Benediction' Brings Us The Life, Loves, And Losses Of The Gay Poet Siegfried Sassoon

'Top Gun: Maverick' Is an Intense, Fast-Paced, Heady Bit of Craziness

Review: ‘The Bob’s Burgers Movie’ is a Feature Length Episode in the Best Possible Way

Obi-Wan, You Were the Chosen One!

Review: Not All 'Men' But Definitely This F***ing Guy [Spoilers]

Review: Samara Weaving and Eugenio Derbez Give Us A Surprise Sweet Little Winner With 'The Valet'

Review: 'Downton Abbey' Might Have Found 'A New Era' But It's Blessedly Just More Of The Same Ol' Frothy Business

Review: 'Hatching' Is A Finnish Fairy Tale Of Most Fowl Play

Review: Emmy Rossum Takes on Ambition, Billboards, and the Celebrity Machine in ‘Angelyne’

Review: 'Firestarter' Is Stuck Rubbing Two Sticks Together

Review: Christina Ricci's 'Monstrous' Needs More 'Get Away from Her, You B*tch' Energy

Cry Valhalla: 'The Northman' Is Here To Whisper-Scream Us Tales Of Gore

Review: 'Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore' Struggles To Justify Its Existence

Netflix's Latest Horror 'Choose or Die' Is 'The Oregon Trail' For Sadists

Review: Is ‘Ambulance’ Good or Do We Just Miss the Bayhem?

Review: ‘Jimmy Savile: A British Horror Story’ Examines Britain’s Most Notorious Abuser

Review: With 'Cow,' Andrea Arnold Offers an Unflinching Look into the Daily Lives of Animals Born for Food

Review: ‘Aline’, the Celine Dion Sort-Of Biopic, is Both Deeply Conventional and Wildly Bananas

Sandra Bullock & Channing Tatum Coast Their Myriad Movie-Star Charms Across 'The Lost City'

Review: ‘Big Mouth’ Meets ‘The Office’ in ‘Humans Resources,’ a Hilarious but Uneven Spin-Off

Review: The Somewhat Trashy Erotic Thriller ‘Deep Water’ Lets Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas Be Hot as Hell

A Terrific Sandra Oh Elevates 'Umma' To Almost 'Elevated Horror' But The 'Horror' Part Keeps Dragging It Down

Review: Ti West's 'X' Marks The Spot, Sweet And Sticky And Red, Oh So Red

Review: ‘Turning Red’ Will Make You Want to Listen to Pop and Let Down Your Fur

Review: 'The Adam Project' Is All Sound And Atoms, Signifying Nothing

Review: HBO Max's 'Our Flag Means Death' Adds Laughs To The Tale Of A Real Gentleman Pirate

On Showtime: ‘After Yang’ is a Complex Story of Humanity in a Simple Tale of a Busted Bot

Review: Franz Rogowski Puts The Great In The Gay Prison Drama 'Great Freedom'

Now on Hulu: Sebastian Stan and Daisy Edgar-Jones Put The 'Meat' In 'Meet Cute' With The Horror Rom-Com 'Fresh'

Review: Escape the Worst Timeline For a Few Hours with the Fluffy Delights of 'Marry Me'

Stream It Or Nah: Netflix's 'Wu Assassins' Follow-Up 'Fistful of Vengeance' Is Hot Nonsense

Review: Peter Dinklage is Excellent but the Music of ‘Cyrano’ Has Issues

Review: Werewolf Chiller 'The Cursed' Trades Its Soul For Fool's Gold

Don't F**k with the Original? More Like, Don't Mess with 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre'

Who's a Good Boy? Channing Tatum's a Good Boy With His Just-Shaggy-Enough Star Vehicle 'Dog'

Review: ‘Death on the Nile’ Sees Poirot Return for a Murder Mystery with Diminishing Returns

The Y.A. Adaptation 'The Sky Is Everywhere' Is A Lot Of Flower, Not Enough Power

Thank God 'The Book of Boba Fett' Is Closed

'All Of Us Are Dead' Is Textbook Zombiepocalypse Until It Becomes Something More

Review: Paul Thomas Anderson's Messy And Chaotic 'Licorice Pizza' Is The Stuff Of Life Itself

Roland Emmerich's 'Moonfall' Is Soft-Cheese Gibberish Stew

More Like ‘The Book of Everyone but Boba Fett,’ Amirite?

Now on Hulu and HBO Max: ‘Nightmare Alley’ Sees Guillermo del Toro Dive into a World of Relentless Sleaze

Pam & Tommy’ Is a Whiskey-Breath Body Glitter-Covered Crime-Drama

Now on Hulu: ‘Small Engine Repair’ is Sort of Mind-Boggling in Its Suggestion for How to Counter Revenge Porn

Review: Finnish Oscar Submission 'Compartment No 6' Is A Stirring Little Anti-Romance On Rails

Sundance Review: 'You Won't Be Alone' Is A Fine Folk-Horror 'Orlando' Made For Poetry Majors And Gore-Hounds Alike

'The Mandalorian' Just Ate Whatever Lunch Boba Fett Had Left

Sundance Review: Pop The Champagne Because Bill Nighy's Giving The Performance Of His Life in 'Living'

Review: ‘Memoria’ is a Languid Genre-Bending Drama that Invites the Audience to Embrace the Unknown

Sundance Review: 'Brian and Charles' Is A Lo-Fi Franken-Comedy Bursting With Goofball Charm

‘The Book of Boba Fett’ Says Unionize, Comrades, As It Finally Fixes Its Story

Review: Asghar Farhadi's Got Another Devastating Fable Of Human Failings For Us With His Latest Greatness, 'A Hero'

With 'Brazen,' Netflix Uses the TV Movie Cookie Cutter to Make its Own Batch of Vanilla Snacks

'The Lost Daughter' Review: Hang It In The Louvre

‘The Book of Boba Fett’ Threw the Best Part of the Show Right in the Trash

Review: I Have Now Stared into the Void, and it’s Called 'The 355'

Review: I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream For Fresh ‘Scream’

Review: The Ol' Blind-Girl-in-Jeopardy Genre Gets New Juice With The Atmospheric & Terrific 'See For Me'

In Theory, ‘The Book of Boba Fett’ Fleshes out Its Protagonist

Review: ‘Parallel Mothers’ is Mid-Tier Pedro Almodóvar, Still Better Than Most Other Things

Do We Need Boba Fett’s Book After We Just Had a Mandalorian?

Review: Simon Rex Kicks Us Deep In The Crotch of Texas With Sean Baker's Fearless And Funny 'Red Rocket'

Review: ‘Being the Ricardos’ is Another Reminder that Aaron Sorkin Just Can’t Help Himself

Joel Coen’s ‘The Tragedy of Macbeth’ is an Impeccably Stylish Act of Mimicry

Now On Digital: ‘Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City’ is a Great Zombie Movie, Drenched in Videogame Gasoline, and Lit Ablaze by the 90s

Review: 'Flee' Paints a Moving Portrait of a Refugee's Search for Home and Belonging Despite Some Creative Confusion

'Spider-Man: No Way Home' Review: Fan Service with Soul

Review: Paolo Sorrentino Scores An Almighty Goal With His Gorgeous And Aching Neopolitan Bildungsroman 'The Hand Of God'

Spielberg's 'West Side Story' Gives Us Something To Sing About

Review: Filmmaker Jane Campion Probes at the Limits of Hate and Love in Her Exemplary Neo-Western ‘The Power of the Dog’

Review: Paul Schrader’s ‘The Card Counter’ Is an Unwieldy Mixture of Post-9/11 Excuses and Guilt, and Oscar Isaac Holds It All Together

Review: ‘House of Gucci,’ Like Its Subject Matter, Is Divided on Class vs. Kitsch, High-Brow vs. Low-Brow, and the Result Is an Inconsistent Movie

Review: Kristen Stewart Is a Compelling Diana in the Fantastical Ghost Story 'Spencer'

Review: 'Wolf' Will Awaken Things In You

Review: A Real Scottish Lady Reviews ‘A Castle for Christmas’

Review: It's Time for Yet Another Netflix True Crime Series with 'Dig Deeper: The Disappearance of Birgit Meier'

Now on Digital: 'Venom: Let There Be Carnage' Isn't A Good Movie -- It's A GREAT One

Review: 'King Richard' Serves Up a Fresh Take on the Sports Biopic

Review: Every Moment Matters In Lin-Manuel Miranda's Triumphant "Tick, Tick... Boom!"

Now on Digital: ‘Last Night in Soho’ Is Immersive, Muddled, Reconfirms Anya Taylor-Joy’s Dazzlingness, and Stumbles Over Itself

The Graceful 'Mothering Sunday' Gives Romance to the Ghosts

Review: Season Two of Netflix's 'Tiger King' is Dull, Sleazy, and Bereft of Integrity

The Director of 'Train to Busan' Damns Sinners in Netflix's 'Hellbound'

Review: 'Ghostbusters: Afterlife' Is a Slimy, Soulless Disaster

Review: Kenneth Branagh's Autobiographical "Belfast" Is His Best Movie in Years

Now on Netflix: Rebecca Hall’s ‘Passing’ Passes But Not With Flying Colors

Now on Netflix: Brazilian Drama ‘7 Prisoners’ Reveals the Inescapable Hell of Poverty

Review: ‘Son of Monarchs’ Crafts a Poetic Blend of Science and Art, Occasionally Forgets Story

Now on Netflix: 'The Harder They Fall' Is a Blistering Tale of Revenge Featuring an All-Star Cast

What Happened to Marta del Castillo? Netflix’s True Crime Series ‘Where is Marta’ Tackles the Missing Person Case

Review: 'Finch' Is Yet Another Movie That Lets Down America's Dad

Review: Benedict Cumberbatch is Back as Another Quirky Historical Figure in 'The Electrical Life of Louis Wain'

Review: The Jokes Are Still There but Season Five of ‘Big Mouth’ Feels Like a Step Down

Review: ‘The Souvenir Part II’ is a Sharply Realized Portrait of an Artist as a Young Woman

Now on Netflix: 'Army of Thieves' Flails Despite the Efforts of Matthias Schweighöfer and Nathalie Emmanuel

Review: In 'Found,' Three Adoptees Search for Their Birth Parents But Find Something Better

Review: Netflix's 'Night Teeth' Is A Vampire Vehicle That Lacks Bite

Review: 'Dune' Is a Spectacular Complement to the Novel But Can't Stand On Its Own

Review: Netflix’s Newest True Crime Series ‘The Raincoat Killer’ Looks Into the Case of an Infamous South Korean Serial Killer

Review: 'Broadcast Signal Intrusion' Is An Unreliable Mystery That Will Leave You Questioning... Well, Everything

Review: 'Halloween Kills' Insists It's Something New While Obsessing Over Everything Old

Review: ‘The Last Duel’ Is a Shockingly Empathetic Story of Male Ego and Violence, and It’s Ridley Scott’s Best Film in Years

Review: Is 'Survive the Game' Part of 'A Christmas Story' Cinematic Universe?

Review: ‘What Happened, Brittany Murphy?’ Is a Ghoulish Example of Modern True Crime Exploitation At Its Absolute Worst

Review: The Extremely Inconsistent Time Travel Rules in 'Needle in a Timestack' Are Only One Irritant of Many

Review: ‘The Rescue’ Faithfully Recounts the Thai Cave Disaster But Only Tells Half the Story

Stream it or Nah: Kristen Bell Scams the Coupon Industry in Paramount+'s 'Queenpins'

Review: Netflix's Newest True Crime Series 'House of Secrets' Explores One of India's Most Mysterious Crimes

Review: A24's Alleged Horror 'Lamb' Spins a Dull Fable of Delusion

Review: The Always-Welcome Barbara Hershey Helps Geriatric Horror 'The Manor' Feel Like a '70s TV Movie Flashback

Now on Hulu: The Magnificent 'Jacinta' and the Remarkable Prescience of Documentarians

Review: Lackluster Horror ‘There’s Someone Inside Your House’ Asks if Being Canceled Is a Fate Worse Than Death

Review: Aubrey Plaza and Michael Caine Are a Promising Pairing Who Elevate the Deeply Predictable ‘Best Sellers’

Spoiler Alert: I Have A Bone to Pick with the End Credit Scene in 'Venom: Let There Be Carnage'

Review: 'The Many Saints of Newark' Is An Excellent Reminder Of What A Good Show 'The Sopranos' Was

On Amazon: The Human Factor Elevates Blumhouse's 'Black as Night' Above Its Vampire Tropes

Review: 'No Time to Die' Ends Daniel Craig’s Bond Era with a Bang that Hits Like a Whimper

Review: Melissa McCarthy's 'The Starling' Is Very Bad

Review: Netflix Brings the Musical ‘Diana’ from Stage to Screen But Adds Nothing New to a Very Familiar Story

Now on Netflix: Jake Gyllenhaal is on Fire, Again, in 'The Guilty'

Review: Netflix's Newest Haunted House Tale 'No One Gets Out Alive' Effectively Layers in the Story of an Undocumented Woman

TIFF 2021 Review: Dan Stevens is a Hot, Romantic Robot in the Philosophical Sci-Fi 'I'm Your Man'

Review: There Is An Idea Of 'Dear Evan Hansen,'' Some Kind of Abstraction. But There is No Real 'Dear Evan Hansen' - Only An Entity, Something Illusory

Review: ‘The Eyes of Tammy Faye’ Is a Great Jessica Chastain Showcase

Review: 'Blue Bayou' Makes a Beautiful Mess of a Heartbreaking Issue

Review: Everyone is Going Full Nic Cage in Joe Carnahan's Astonishingly Good 'Copshop'

TIFF 2021 Review: 'Silent Night' is an Existential Crisis by Way of Michael Bublé Music and Wine from the Bottle

Review: Krysten Ritter Is A Perfect Manic Pixie Nightmare Girl In Netflix's Kiddie Horror Flick 'Nightbooks'

Review: ‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’ is a Broad but Vibrant Musical of a Working-Class Queer Celebration

Now On Digital: Nia DaCosta’s Horrifically Entertaining 'Candyman' Keeps the Legend Alive

TIFF 2021 Review: The Vampire Tale 'Kicking Blood' Offers Fresh Life to Old Addiction Metaphors

TIFF 2021 Review: ‘Sundown’ Offers a Droll Midlife Crisis Drama with a Few Sharp Twists

'Y: The Last Man' Review: More Like Y THIS LAST MAN, Amirite?

TIFF 2021 Review: Alison Pill Shines in the Deeply Literary Family Drama ‘All My Puny Sorrows’

TIFF 2021 Review: ‘Vengeance is Mine, All Others Pay Cash’ Combines Toxic Masculinity, Martial Arts Parody, and Maybe a Sexy Ghost?

TIFF 2021 Review: Argentine Horror ‘To Kill the Beast’ Brings the Tropical Gothic to the Big Screen with an Unnerving Poetic Force

Review: A Self-Aware James Wan Gets Zany in the Deeply Weird and Satisfying 'Malignant'

'Kate' Review: Mary Elizabeth Winstead. That's It, That's The Review.

Review: Ruthless 'Wild Indian' Recounts a Compellingly Potent if Overly Sparse Tragedy of Assimilation

Review: Pablo Larraín's "Ema" Is An Aggressive Slap Of Cinema, Meant To Put Some Color In Our Cheeks

Review: Every Attempt to Describe 'Yakuza Princess' Make It Sounds Very Cool, But Alas ... It Is Not

Review: 'Dating & New York' Suffocates Both In Fairy Dust

Review: Riz Ahmed’s Soul-Searching Freestyle Mesmerizes in Flawed but Winningly Bold ‘Mogul Mowgli’

Review: 'Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings' Brings Much-Needed New Energy to the MCU

Review: This Ain’t Your Grandma’s ‘Cinderella,’ or an Especially Good ‘Cinderella,’ Really

Review: ‘Habit’ is So Busy Pissing Off the Religious Right That It Forgets to Do Much Else

Review: Borne from '90s Nostalgia, Netflix's 'He's All That' Has Shallowness and Product Placement That Are Beyond Satire

Now Streaming: Can 'No Man Of God' Make The Case For More Ted Bundy Movies?

Rebecca Hall Lights Up 'The Night House,' Two Stories Tall With Scares

Review: Jason Momoa Takes on Big Pharma in ‘Sweet Girl,’ a Middling Revenge Thriller with a Bonkers Third Act

Review: Here Lay Neill Blomkamp's 'Demonic,' D.O.A. Dumpster Fire

Now on VOD: Dev Patel Gets Sweaty In David Lowery's Wry and Melancholy 'The Green Knight'

Now on Shudder: Barbara Crampton's Teeth Sparkle in 'Jakob's Wife'

Review: 'Free Guy' is Half of an Amusing Movie Begging to Be Freed from the Weight of Its Premise

Review: 'CODA' Is This Year's 'That Sundance Movie'

Review: 'Don't Breathe 2' Had Me Gagging, But Not In The Good Way

Spoilers: The Sorta Sci-Fi, Sorta Legal Thriller ‘Naked Singularity’ is a Big Old ‘Huh?’ in Movie Form

Review: The Perils of Growing Up Meet Haneke-esque Unease in the Indie Drama ‘John and the Hole’

Review: ‘The Suicide Squad’ is James Gunn’s Frenetic, Ultraviolent Love Letter to the Losers of Supervillainy

Review: 'Enemies Of The State' Offers a True-Crime Mystery With A Hole In The Middle

Now on Shudder: 'The Boy Behind The Door' Brings Stranger Danger Nightmares To Life

Review: Netflix's Blind Date Game Show 'Sexy Beasts' Is Deeply Stupid And A Bit Brilliant

Review: Robert De Niro And Zach Braff Team Up For The Bumbling 'The Comeback Trail'

Review: 'Old' Is M. Night Shyamalan At His Best And Worst

Now on Digital HD and DVD: '32 Malasana Street' Brings Haunted House Horror Home

Spoiler Recap: ‘Fear Street Part 3: 1666’ Nods at Robert Eggers and Stephen King in Wrapping Up the Shadyside vs. Sunnyvale Rivalry

Review: Nicolas Cage's 'Pig' Is Not A 'John Wick' Ripoff; It's Better

Review: Paul Verhoeven's Wickedly Funny 'Benedetta' Kicks Back Against a New Wave of Puritanism

Review: 'Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain' May Not Be The Tribute Doc You're Craving

Review: Olivia Colman And Colin Firth's ‘Mothering Sunday’ is Insufferably English

Now on Netflix: Karen Gillan Kicks Teeth into Dust in the Shiny, Bloody 'Gunpowder Milkshake'

Review: 'Black Widow' Is A Bittersweet, Mixed Swan Song

Recap: ‘Fear Street Part 2: 1978’ Goes to Camp in an Obvious, Entertaining Homage to ‘Friday the 13th’

Review: Netflix’s ‘Sophie: A Murder in West Cork’ Examines One of Ireland’s Most Brutal Unsolved Crimes

Stream It or Nah: Netflix's 'Dynasty Warriors' Just Cannot Pull It Together

Recap: ‘Fear Street Part 1: 1994’ Kicks Off with a Witch, a Curse, and an Intercity Rivalry That Adds Economic Despair to the R.L. Stine Universe

Now on Hulu: Ilana Glazer's 'False Positive' Takes Mommy Horror To Strange True-Crime Terrain

Now On Netflix: Iliza Shlesinger’s Rom-Com ‘Good on Paper’ Delivers Charm And Serious Red Flags

Review: Willem Dafoe's 'Siberia' Is Impenetrable

Now on Disney+: 'Luca' Is Pixar's Best Film in Years

Now in Theaters: 'Werewolves Within' is a Real Awooo-dunnit

Review: 'Miss Juneteenth' Paints a Rousing, Quietly Radical Portrait of Black Womanhood

Review: Clearly I Am Being Punished for Something Because ‘The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard’ Is Torture

Now On Netflix: Want to see a Russian ‘Titanic’ on Ice? ‘Silver Skates’ Has Got You Covered

Now On Demand: Patrick Fugit Anchors The Often Suffocatingly Sad Vampire Tale 'My Heart Can't Beat Unless You Tell It To'

Review: ‘Skater Girl’ is a Coming-of-Age Fantasy that Puts Being Inspirational Above All Else

So …What Is The Big Deal About 'Demon Slayer,' Anyway?

Now on Netflix: ‘Wish Dragon’ Combines ‘Aladdin’ with Modern Day China and the Class Gap

Review: 'Censor' Scores An R (For Rad) Rating

Review: 'Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway' Delivers A Rollicking Romp, But...

Review: Nicole Riegel's 'Holler' Could Be The Next 'Winter's Bone'

Now on Netflix: ‘Awake’ Tries its Best to Keep Your Eyes Open

Review: ‘Sublet’ is a Gentle Romantic Dramedy About the Gulf Between Old and Young Queer Generations

Now on Shudder: George A. Romero's Lost Film 'The Amusement Park' Is Here To Terrorize Us To Death, And Ever After

Review: 'Anne Boleyn', Starring Jodie Turner-Smith, Brings a Modern Touch to an Oft-Misunderstood Historical Figure

Review: Filmmaker Christian Petzold Imagines the Fantastic and Again Explores German Identity in the Spellbinding 'Undine'

On HBO Max: 'The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It' Is Bad In A Concerning Way

Now on Shudder: 'Caveat' Delivers a Deeply Creepy Haunted House Tale

Review: Netflix Thriller 'Oxygen' Shoves You in a Box So You Can Brush Up Against Infinity

Review: "Plan B" Should Be Your Plan A For This Weekend

Review: Disney's 'Cruella' Lacks Sincerity and Identity, and No Amount of Jaunty Posing from Emma Stone Can Hide That

Now On Netflix: Zack Snyder's 'Army of The Dead' Is All We Need From Him Right Now

Review: Toni Collette And Her 'Dream Horse' Deliver A Feel-Good Filly Tale

Review: 'Seance' Summons a Familiar Ghost

Is This Timothy Duhamel? Or Josh Olyphant?

Castlevania Season Four: A Bloody Good Time

Review: Director Haifaa Al Mansour Returns to Her Home Country of Saudi Arabia for the Quietly Satisfying ‘The Perfect Candidate’

Now on Netflix: ‘The Woman in the Window’ Tries to Turn a Trashy Pot-Boiler into a Glossy Prestige Drama

Review: Ryan Murphy Once Again Goes for Style Over Substance with Netflix’s ‘Halston’

Review: ‘Profile’ Exhausts the Screen-Only Approach, and Is Also Exhausting

Review: Rainer Werner Fassbinder Biopic ‘Enfant Terrible’ Tries to Make Sense of an Infamous Filmmaker Who Defied Belief

Now on Shudder: You're Not Ready For The Awfulness Of 'The Reckoning'

Now on DVD and Digital: It Would Be Cool If People Didn't Ignore the Guantanamo Bay Legal Thriller 'The Mauritanian' Like They Did 'The Report'

Review: ‘Wrath of Man’ is the Latest Joyless Entry in Guy Ritchie’s Tiringly Bro-Sh*t Oeuvre

‘Sons of Sam’ is Yet Another Example of Netflix’s True Crime Problem

Now on Hulu: Max Landis's 'Shadow In the Cloud' Is Irredeemably Stupid And Tone-Deaf

Review: Billy Crystal and Tiffany Haddish Team Up for the Middling Buddy Dramedy ‘Here Today’

Now on Netflix: 'The Mitchells vs. the Machines,' from the Makers of 'Gravity Falls'

Review: Taylor Sheridan Dives into American Imperialism with the Infuriating ‘Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse’

Review: Glenn Close and Mila Kunis Face Off In The Addiction Drama 'Four Good Days'

Review: 'Golden Arm' Gives A Female Twist On Sport-Centered Buddy Comedy

Now on Hulu: Spoiler Review: ‘Wild Mountain Thyme’ Makes Us Wonder Are The Straights Okay?

Now in Theaters: The Affecting Scottish Drama ‘Limbo’ Captures the Frustrating Bureaucratic Purgatory of Seeking Asylum in Britain

Now on Netflix: The Sci-Fi of 'Stowaway' Doesn't Pass the Sniff Test of an Elementary School Science Fair

Review: 'Things Heard & Seen' Delivers A Warm Hug With An Icy Grip

Review: 'The Virtuoso' Offers a Valid Reason To Be Mad At Anthony Hopkins

Now On HBO Max: 'Mortal Kombat' Delivers Bonkers Finishing Moves But Is Still Trash

Review: 'Boys From County Hell' Delivers A Fresh Spin On Vampire Horror

Review: Morgan Freeman and Ruby Rose Do 'John Wick' Wrong With ‘Vanquish’

Review: 'Monday' Makes Us Manic For The Fun Days

Review: The Psychedelic Freak-Out Folk-Horror of Ben Wheatley's 'In the Earth'

Review: Aya Cash and William Jackson Harper's 'We Broke Up' Isn't The Rom-Com You're Pining For

Review: 'The Banishing' Slips Down A Rabbit Hole Of Folk Horror Scares

HBO's 'Exterminate All The Brutes' Looks Head-On At History's Scars

Review: ‘Thunder Force’ Makes Superheroes Out of Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer

Review: Gay Coming-of-Age Drama 'Moffie' Is An Epitaph, One Among Many, From The Tragedy Of Apartheid

Now on Shudder: 'The Power' Delivers A Frightfully Timeless Ghost Story

Review: ‘Held’ is Bloody but Ineffective Couple’s Counseling

Review: Coming-of-Age Comedy ‘Shiva Baby’ is Uncomfortable, Hilarious, Impossible to Look Directly At or Look Away From

Now on Netflix: Idris Elba's 'Concrete Cowboy' Is Not What You're Expecting

Review: 'Mapplethorpe' Bigger, Longer, and Director's Cut

SXSW Review: ‘The Drover’s Wife: The Legend of Molly Johnson’ is the Latest in the Growing ‘Australia Was Racist as Hell, Huh?’ Subgenre

SXSW Review: ‘Fruits of Labor’ and ‘Ludi’ Explore the Intersections of Ethnicity, Class, and Gender in the Pursuit of the American Dream

Review: 'The Unholy' Couldn't Get Me To Kneel

SXSW Review: ‘Without Getting Killed or Caught’ Ponders the Bonds Tying Americana Icons Guy and Susanna Clark and Townes Van Zandt

SXSW Review: 'Trapped' Gives Egypt's 2011 Revolution An Uneven Vignette Treatment

Review: 'Godzilla vs Kong' Made My Inner Child Feel Ten Stories Tall

'Hysterical' Highlights the Struggles and Successes of Women in the Stand-Up Comedy World

Review: Udo Kier's 'Swan Song' Is A Magnificent Celebration Of A Bitter Old Queen

Review: From the Mad Mind That Brought Us '[REC]' Comes 'The Vault'

Review: 'Ninjababy' Is Like 'Obvious Child' But Brazenly Bonkers

SXSW Review: 'Recovery' Is A COVID Comedy That's Actually Funny, Like REALLY Funny

Now on Shudder: 'Violation' Delivers A Harrowing Exploration Of He Said / She Said

Review: Bob Odenkirk Kicks Ass in 'Nobody'

Now On Netflix: True Crime Documentary ‘Operation Varsity Blues’ Breaks Down the College Admissions Scandal

Now on VOD: 'Jumbo' Offers A Rollercoaster Romance In The Literal Sense

Review: For ‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League,’ More Doesn’t Necessarily Mean Better

Review: The Russo Brothers Embarrass Themselves with the Abysmal Opioid Addiction Drama ‘Cherry’

So 'WandaVision' Had a Bit of a Rough Landing

Comparing Daisy Ridley And Tom Holland's 'Chaos Walking' To Patrick Ness's Celebrated YA Novel

Now In Select Theaters: 'The Truffle Hunters' Is Absolutely Sublime

Review: The Visually Resplendent ‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ is a Return to the Straightforward Adventuring of Disney’s ‘90s Glory Days

Review: Lions, Tigers, and Laughs Oh My -- 'Coming 2 America' Takes Us Back 2 Africa

Now on Netflix: 'Moxie' Is A Feminist Punk Album For Generation Z

Now On Hulu: '12 Hour Shift' Is A Dark And Deranged Antidote For World-Weariness

Review: Like A Mallet To The Forehead, These Are The 'Tom And Jerry' Of Our Times

'WandaVision' Finally Toys With the 'Is Wanda a Mutant?' Question

Now on Digital: Steven Yeun Leads a Pitch-Perfect Ensemble Cast in the Hilarious and Heartbreaking ‘Minari’

Review: 'The Vigil' Combines Demon Horror, Psychological Thriller, And Jewish Tradition To Fantastic Effect

Review: Armie Hammer and Gary Oldman Team Up In 'Crisis' And Whoo Boy...

Review: ‘The Father’ is a Brilliant Drama That Will Devastate You in Every Possible Way

'WandaVision' Reveals Its Mini-Boss as the Show Fully Enters the MCU (For Better or Worse)

Review: Despite Dan Stevens and Judi Dench, 'Blithe Spirit' Is A Lifeless Affair

Now on Netflix: Cruel Thriller 'I Care a Lot' Gives Rosamund Pike and Peter Dinklage Something To Sink Their Teeth Into

Now on Hulu: ‘Nomadland’ Paints an Epic Yet Intimate Portrait of American Life on the Fringes

Review: 'Days of the Bagnold Summer' Delivers A Radical Coming-Of-Age Comedy That Is So Great It Doesn't Make Sense

If You Love 'Birds Of Prey' You Need To See 'Dead Pigs'

Now on VOD: Colin Firth & Stanley Tucci Light Up The Sky in 'Supernova'

Review: 'Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar' Is A Goofy Pastel Paradise

Review: A Killer Concept Can't Save 'Willy's Wonderland'... Even If That Concept Is Nic Cage Punching Evil Animatronics

Is Wanda a Good Witch or a Bad Witch? (Hint: It's Both)

Review: 'To All The Boys: Always And Forever' Falls Prey To Main Character Syndrome

Review: Steve Zahn Brings Big Daddy Vibes To Trans Drama 'Cowboys'

Review: 'The Map of Tiny Perfect Things' Brings Whimsy To Time Loop Romance, And Yet...

Review: 'Sator' Will Reveal Itself When It's Ready

'WandaVision' Broke the MCU's Reality and It Was Very On-Brand

Now on HBO Max: 'Earwig and the Witch' Is The Latest From Studio Ghibli

Review: ‘Little Fish’ Is an Aching Romantic Drama with a Pandemic Twist That Hits Too Close to Home

Review: 'Rams' Offers Sam Neill In A Feel-Good, Animal Lover's Tale, But There's a Catch

Review: 'Prisoners of the Ghostland' Makes Nicolas Cage (And Us) a Prisoner of His Schtick

Review: Robin Wright's 'Land' Is A Gorgeous And Problematic Vanity Project

Review: 'Coming Home in the Dark' Is So Scary It Literally Knocked Me Off My Seat

Review: How 'The World To Come' Does Lesbian Period Romance Dirty

Now on Netflix: The Contrasting Frustrations and Joys of Being a Young Woman of Color are on Display in the Bristling ‘Rocks’

Review: 'Marvelous And The Black Hole' Delivers A Charming Coming-Of-Age Comedy Plus Rhea Perlman As A Snarky Magician

Review: 'A Glitch in the Matrix' Ponders The Really Real, Like Whoa

Review: 'Night of The Kings' Offers A Radiant Tale Of Gangster And Magic

Review: The Horror Elements of ‘The Night’ Might Seem Familiar, But It Wields Them with Unshakably Creepy Verve

Review: Horror Thriller 'Knocking' Is An Aronofsky-Like Knockout

Review: Netflix’s ‘Finding ‘Ohana’ is a Delightfully 21st Century ‘Goonies’-Style Adventure

Now on Shudder: 'The Queen of Black Magic' Brings Gore, Haunted House Horror, And More

Now on HBO Max: Denzel Washington Can't Save 'The Little Things' From Disaster

Review: ‘Everyone is Doing Great’ is a ‘One Tree Hill’ Reunion Doing Its Best ‘Party Down’ Imitation to a Limited Degree of Success

Review: ‘Wrong Turn’ Should Have Kept to the Main Trail

Review: 'PG: Psycho Goreman' Imagines: What If 'E.T.' But Batsh*t Insane?

Now on VOD: 'Spoor' Delivers A Revenge Thriller For Animal Lovers

Review: 'Our Friend' Is Terrified Of Its Own Source Material

Trailer Round-Up: New Movies from Nic Cage, Adam Brody, and Michelle Yeoh

Now on Digital: 'Clapboard Jungle' Offers A Personal Journey Any True Film Lover Should See

Review: Give 'Sound of Metal' a Twee Makeover and You Have Hulu's 'The Ultimate Playlist of Noise'

Now on PVOD: 'Assassins' Uncovers The Twisted Tale Of The World's Wildest Political Assassination

Now on Prime Video: Regina King’s Directorial Debut ‘One Night in Miami…’ Imagines the Vibrancy and Conflict Involved in Forging Black Power

Now on Digital: 'Promising Young Woman' Tackles A Taboo Revenge Fantasy In A Fittingly 2020 Way

Now On Shudder: 'Hunted' Delivers A Harrowing, Real-Life Spin On Red Riding Hood

Now on Digital: Anthony Mackie Grounds ‘Synchronic,’ a Sci-Fi Film That Doesn’t Let Its Time-Travel Premise Go as Wild as It Could

Now on Prime Video: 'Herself' Is A Balm For Your Ragged, Aching Soul

ICYMI Review: 'Ghosts' On HBO Max Is The Horror-Britcom You Didn't Know You Needed

ICYMI Review: 'Spontaneous' Is Sensational, Sick, And Timely (Now On Digital)

Review: ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Is A Worthy Sequel Unfettered by Its Cynical Expanded Universe

Review: 'Sylvie's Love' Is Absolutely Enchanting, Tessa Thompson Dazzles

Review: Chadwick Boseman Reminds Us All of His Excellence in His Final Role in the Stupendously Acted ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’

Stream It Or Nah: 'The Stand' Is Here To Remind You Just How Much Worse 2020 Could Be

Review: Ryan Murphy's 'The Prom' is a Musical For People Who Didn't Think 'Glee' Was Condescending Enough

Review: Steven Soderbergh’s Slyly Funny ‘Let Them All Talk’ Gives Dianne Wiest and Candice Bergen the Roles They Deserve

Review: Season 4 of ‘Big Mouth’ Introduces Angry Poop, Anxiety Mosquitoes, and a New Era of Missy

Review: 'Archenemy' Is No Antidote To The Gritty Superhero Wave

In Theaters: 'I'm Your Woman' Takes Gangster Movies To A Fiercely Female Place

On Prime: ‘Sound of Metal’ is Unlike Any Other Movie You’ve Ever Seen or Heard

In Theaters: Would Being Drunk All the Time Make You Happier? Mads Mikkelsen Finds Out in ‘Another Round’

Now on Shudder: 'Anything For Jackson' Offers A Frightening And Fun Allegory About Trump Voters

On HBO Max: Madison Hamburg Investigates His Mom's Brutal Murder in the Compelling True-Crime Docuseries, 'Murder on Middle Beach'

Review: Can Jillian Bell's 'Godmothered' Compare To The Whimsy and Magic of 'Enchanted'?

Now On Netflix: 'Mank' Is The Shadow of a Shadow of Another's Person's Dream

Review: In 'Small Axe: Lovers Rock' Steve McQueen Throws the Party We All Need Right Now

Now On Netflix: 'The Christmas Chronicles 2' Presents Kurt Russell, Goldie Hawn, and Julian Dennison, But The Thrill Is Gone

Review: 'Happiest Season' Is A Charming Gay Rom-Com

Review: Jeez, ‘Stardust,’ What Did David Bowie Do To You To Deserve a Biopic This Lackluster?

'Dolly Parton's Christmas on the Square' May Be More Than The World Deserves

Review: What Hulu’s Thriller ‘Run’ Lacks in Psychological Depth, It Makes Up For With Tension and a Star-Making Lead Performance

Review: As Defined by Passion as It Is By Desperation, ‘Ammonite’ Refuses Easy Classification as a Love Story

Now in Theaters: Charlie Hunnam Brings Dirtbag Energy to ‘Jungleland’

Review: ‘His House’ is Elegantly Constructed, Deeply Terrifying Horror That Makes the Refugee Experience Nightmarish and Surreal

Review: 'The Craft: Legacy' Is A Kinder, Gentler Sleepover Flick

Review Round-Up: All The Horror Movies We've Reviewed This October

Now on HBO Max: Anne Hathaway Is Living Her Diva Fantasy In Robert Zemeckis's 'The Witches'

Review: Why Remake ‘Rebecca’? Seriously, Though

Review: ‘Radium Girls’ Dramatizes a Tragic True Story of Workplace Violations, Misogyny, and the End of the Radiation Craze

Now on Netflix: 'Over The Moon' Brings New Life And Coping Tools To A Chinese Legend

'Borat Subsequent Moviefilm' Review: Wowee Wow Wow Wow (Plus Two More Wows for Rudy Giuliani)

Review: David Byrne and Spike Lee Team Up for the Cathartic, Jubilant Concert Film ‘American Utopia’

Now on Netflix: 'A Babysitter's Guide to Monster Hunting' Has Come To Complicate Your Tom Felton Crush

Ode to a Butterfly: On the Transformative Symbol, Its Failure in ‘Antebellum,’ and Its Power in ‘Possessor Uncut’

'Des' Features a Near Perfect David Tennant Performance, And That's the Problem

Review, with Spoilers: The Deeply Anticlimactic ‘Evil Eye’ is Not Scary, Mysterious, or Thrilling—Blumhouse Lied to Us!

Watch Now Through Nightstream: 'Bleed With Me,' 'Hunted' and 'Boys From County Hell'

Review: ‘Yellow Rose’ is a Beautifully Nuanced Portrait of the Undocumented Experience, and the Importance of Dreams

Review: ‘Charm City Kings’ Paints a Familiar Coming-of-Age Story, But Its Portrait of Baltimore is Vibrant and Powerful

'The Haunting of Bly Manor' Review: A Vivid Exploration of Memory and Sadness

Review: Robert De Niro and a Vaguely Evil Child Battle in 'The War with Grandpa'

Now on Shudder: 'The Cleansing Hour' Delivers Wicked Surprises And Savage Scares

Now On Netflix: 'Vampires Vs. The Bronx' Could Be a New Family Favorite

Now on Amazon Prime: ‘Welcome To The Blumhouse: Black Box’ Will Remind You To Rewatch ‘Get Out’

Review: 'Welcome To The Blumhouse: The Lie' Unravels A Parenting Nightmare

Review: Amelia Moses' 'Bloodthirsty' Brings A Surprising And Twisted Tale Of Fame

Now On Netflix: ‘The Outpost’ Thrusts You Into the War in Afghanistan, and Then Tells You Exactly the American-Heroism Story You Expected

Review: 'Save Yourselves!' Makes The End Of The World Pretty D*mn Funny

Now on Shudder: Horror Anthology 'Scare Me' Delivers Fresh Thrills And Aya Cash As a Spooky Storyteller

Now On Netflix: Ryan Murphy's 'The Boys In The Band'

Now On Netflix: 'American Murder: The Family Next Door' Delivers A Haunting Yet Humane True-Crime Investigation

Bella Thorne's 'Girl', 'The Boy Behind The Door,' And 'The Stylist' Bring Stars And Scares To Fantastic Fest's First Half

Review: Sofia Coppola and Bill Murray's 'On The Rocks' Is Muddled Not Stirring

Review: When ‘Enola Holmes’ Drops the Cutesy Flourishes, Millie Bobby Brown Gives Another Star Turn 180° Away from Eleven

God, Not Another Podcast Recommendation: 'SmartLess' Hosted by Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes, and Will Arnett

Review: ‘The Devil All the Time’ is a Grimy Thriller in Love With Its Own Bleakness, But That Commitment is Strangely Compelling

TIFF Review: 'Wildfire' Explores Folie à Deux With Earnest Empathy

HBO's 'Coastal Elites' Is Not The Movie You Thought You Would Hate

Review: 'Spiral' Gives An LGBTQ+ Spin On Suburban Horror (Now On Shudder)

'Ratched' Review: Ryan Murphy Has Mastered Style Over Substance in This Monstrosity

Review: Coming-Of-Age Drama ‘Summer of 85’ Brings First Love and Death to the French Seaside

TIFF Review: HBO’s ‘The Third Day’ May Have Enough Stylistic Flair to Overcome a Very Familiar Premise

Spoilers: This is Not a Review of ‘I’m Thinking of Ending Things’

TIFF Review: Viggo Mortensen’s Directorial Debut ‘Falling’ Is Too Enamored With Noble Suffering

Review: 'I Am Woman' Reveals Helen Reddy's Rise To Fame, But...

Review: Director Maïmouna Doucouré Asks Questions of Assimilation, Sexualization in the Familiar But Engrossing ‘Cuties’

Review: ‘Mulan’ Flattens Its Titular Character into Yet Another Supercharged Superhero

'The Boys' Season 2 Review: A Deeper Look at the Power of Corporate Control

Review: 'A Mermaid In Paris' Plays Like 'Amélie' Meets 'The Lure'

'Color Out Of Space' Review: For Once, Nic Cage Is The Least Weird Thing On Screen

Review: 'Love, Guaranteed' is a Sweet Rom-Com Reminder of How Much We've Missed Rachael Leigh Cook

Now On Shudder: 'The Dark And The Wicked' Offers Devastating Haunted House Horror

Review: ‘Tenet’ is Visually Gorgeous and Emotionally Inert Filmmaking

'Train To Busan Presents: Peninsula' Isn't The Sequel You Wanted, And That's OK Actually

Review: HBO Max's 'Class Action Park' Is A Strange And Surprisingly Hilarious True-Crime Doc

Review: 'Bill & Ted Face The Music' Is Almost Excellent

'Cobra Kai' Is So Much More than a Gimmick

Spoilers: On the Dizzying, Electrifying Weirdness of That Musical Moment in ‘Tesla’

Review: Michael Almereyda’s ‘Tesla’ is Audaciously Strange, But the Experimental Biopic Never Quite Grabs You

'Teenage Bounty Hunters' Will Surprise The Hell Out Of You

Review: Netflix's 'The Sleepover' Answers The Question: What If 'Spy Kids' But Stupid?

Review: 'Chemical Hearts' Is a Standard Teen Romantic Drama But The Book It's Based On Offered Much More

Review: 'Skin: A History of Nudity in the Movies' Is Despicable In Its Omissions And Mansplaining

With Precision and Verve, ‘Lovecraft Country’ Imagines Pulpy Dreams and Nightmares with Black Americans at Their Center

Review: 'Feels Good, Man' Unravels The Bizarre And Devastating Journey of Pepe The Frog

Review: 'Hail To The Deadites' Was Made About, For, And By 'Evil Dead' Fans

As a Glimpse of the Future Good Ol’ Boys of the Republican Party, ‘Boys State’ is the Scariest Movie I’ve Seen All Year

Review: ‘Endless’ is a Movie of False Notes

Review, with Spoilers: ‘The Tax Collector’ is the Exact Type of Embarrassingly Derivative Machismo You'd Expect from David Ayer

Fantasia Review: 'Morgana' Delivers A Sexy, Surprising, And Inspiring Late Bloomer Story

Review, with Spoilers: ‘The Secret Garden’ Abandons the Natural Splendor of the Novel for a Generic Story About Growing Past Grief

Review: 'Boys State' Is the Perfect Doc for Every Blue State Kid Stuck in a Red State Hell

‘Perry Mason’ Ends with Ambiguity and Tragedy, Concluding a Season that Didn’t Quite Know What to Do with Tatiana Maslany

Review: 'An American Pickle' Gives You Twice The Seth Rogen, But Only One Of Them Is Sexy AF

Spoilers: The Timeline Twist That Makes 'The Umbrella Academy' Season Three A Necessity

Netflix's 'The Rain' Season 3 Ending Explained, But For Morons

‘Perry Mason's’ Ensemble Has Long Outshone Its Story, Until 'Chapter 7' Took Aim at the Church and the Police

Review: 'She Dies Tomorrow' Kills Stellar Concept with Tepid Execution

The Cast of Irish Crime Drama ‘The Shadow of Violence’ Elevates Familiar Themes About Masculinity, Violence, and Poverty

'Taskmaster,' Now on The CW, Is the Best Thing to Happen to My Family During the Pandemic

Review, with Spoilers: The Lesbian Love Story ‘Summerland’ Has Some Charm, But, Well, About That Twist …

Eco-Horror Films ‘Sea Fever’ and ‘The Beach House’ Suggest That Bailing on Humanity for the Deep Sea Might Be OK, Actually

Review: The Biopic Formula Lets Down ‘Radioactive,’ and I Am Holding Jack Thorne Accountable for the Flattening of Marie Curie!

Made in Quarantine, 'Host' Is A Way Better Horror Movie Than It Has Any Right To Be

The Ending of Romola Garai's Wickedly Sinister 'Amulet' Explained

'Doom Patrol' is the One Superhero Show You Should Be Watching and Probably Aren't

Stream It Or Nah: 'Cursed' Offers A Rocky Road For The Sword In The Stone

Review: ‘The Kissing Booth 2’ is a Predictable Rom-Com But It’s WAY Better Than the Original

Review: 'The Rental' Offers Dan Stevens, Alison Brie, Sheila Vand, And A Fresh Vision Of Horror

Wow! There Sure Are A Lot of Orgies in Peacock's 'Brave New World'

Review: 'Playing with Fire' Lacks Any Spark of Life

Review: Jenny Slate’s Latest Indie ‘The Sunlit Night’ is a Disappointingly Generic Story That Barely Explores Artistic Freedom

'That's Mother Earth, Bro!': Netflix's 'Down to Earth with Zac Efron' Provides an Affable (Though Too White) Look at Climate Change

The Central Romance of ‘Dirt Music’ Relies on Too Many Coincidences, But the Movie Sure is a Beautiful Tourism Ad for Australia

'Game of Death' Review: All Fun And Games Until Your Friend's Head Explodes

‘Snowpiercer’ Finale Review: As Subtle As A Sledgehammer

Review: Fascinating ‘Showbiz Kids’ Documentary Feels Like It Would Have Been a Better Docuseries

Review: 'Ocean's Eleven' Meets 'The Breakfast Club' In 'Bad Genius'

Review: In Netflix's 'Dark', The Only Answer Is Oblivion (Whether You Like It Or Not)

Review: ‘Warrior Nun’ Commits the Cardinal Sin of Being F**king Boring

The One Line of Movie Dialogue I Haven’t Stopped Thinking About for Weeks is from Olivier Assayas’s ‘Wasp Network’

Review: 'Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga' Has Great Songs. Shame About the Jokes.

Hannah Gadsby Teaches Us To See In 'Douglas'

Review: Garrett Hedlund and Forest Whitaker Mean Well in ‘Burden,’ But the Film Offers Limited Comfort for Our Reality

On Pro-Choice Narratives in Film, and the Education and Empathy of 'Premature' and 'Never Rarely Sometimes Always'

There's a Decent Movie Buried Somewhere Underneath the Rubble of Pete Davidson's 'King of Staten Island'

Review: The Cast Spike Lee Assembled for ‘Da 5 Bloods’ Elevates Its Exploration of the Sprawling Effects of American Immorality

Review: John Hawkes and Logan Lerman Bristle Against Each Other in the Familiar But Still Touching ‘End of Sentence’

Exploring The Economic Realities Of 'Snowpiercer'

Review: HBO’s ‘Skate Kitchen’ Spinoff ‘Betty’ is What You Should Binge ASAP, a Timely, Lively Portrait of Young Women in Revolt

5 Reasons You Should Never Watch 'Netflix's The Last Days Of American Crime'

The Riveting 'Quiz' Tracks the British 'Who Wants to Be a Millionaire' Cheating Scandal

'Killing Eve' Is the New 'Dexter'

Review: ‘The High Note’ is Cheesy But Charming, a Comforting Detour into Fantasies of Glamour and Wealth

Review: The Safdie Brothers and Adam Sandler Paint New York City as an Anxiety-Inducing Fever Dream in A24's ‘Uncut Gems’

Review: You’ve Seen ‘The Lovebirds’ Countless Times Before, and I’m Not Quite Sure That Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani Actually Save It

The Nostalgia Bait and Obvious Subjectivity of Michael Jordan in 'The Last Dance'

Hulu's 'Normal People' is Tremendous

Review: 'Son of a Hitman,' the Podcast about Woody Harrelson's Father

Review: The Gentle ‘Driveways,’ One of Brian Dennehy’s Final Films, is a Reminder That There Can Be, and Is, Good in the World

'The Great' Does Catherine Dirty

TNT's 'Snowpiercer' Is Basically 'Murder On The Survival Express' And That's Fine By Me

Review: Hulu's 'The Great' Offers A Binge-able And Biting Historical Comedy You Won't Want To Miss

Streaming Mini-Reviews: 'Unorthodox,' 'Upload,' and 'Dead to Me'

On Sacrifice, First-Gen Guilt, and How Alan Yang’s Film ‘Tigertail’ Broadens a Conversation Started on ‘Master of None’

Review: Saint Frances’ is a Laser-Sharp Analysis of Femininity, Motherhood, and Love's Complexities

Review: Character Actor Rob Morgan Captivates as the Leading Man in ‘Bull,’ an Outsider Story About the Struggle in the Margins

Clark Duke's 'Arkansas' May Be Derivative, But At Least It Knows Who to Imitate

Review: Netflix’s ‘All Day and a Night’ Squanders an Impressive Cast with a Frustratingly Derivative Narrative About Blackness in America

Review: 'Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind' Aims To Be Tribute And Defense

Everything You Need To Know About The 'Westworld' Season 3 Finale (Happened In The End Credits)

Chris Evans' 'Defending Jacob' Is Bleak and Dreary Comfort TV

Meet The Real-Life Inspiration Behind Ryan Murphy's 'Hollywood' Pimp To The Stars

More Than Anything Else, ‘Beastie Boys Story’ is a Love Letter to Adam Yauch—and a Reminder of Who Gets to Tell Their Own Stories

Netflix's 'Middleditch & Schwartz' Could Be The Last, Brilliant Gasp Of The Improv Era

Review: Julia Garner is Exceptional in the Crushingly Bleak, Exceptionally Timely Harvey Weinstein-Inspired 'The Assistant'

Review: The Native-Focused Colonialism Critique ‘Blood Quantum’ Delivers on Zombie Gore, But the Script Needed More

'Penny Dreadful: City Of Angels': An Unexpected Dose Of Reality

Review: ‘Isn’t It Romantic’ Succeeds Where ‘I Feel Pretty’ Failed, Mixing Parody and Self-Awareness Into a Joyful and Affirming Film

Review: ‘Extraction’ Wants to Be ‘Man on Fire,’ But ‘Man on Fire’ Already Exists, and At Least It Had Denzel, Not a White Savior!

Acorn TV's 'Deadwater Fell' Is Not Just Bleak, It's British-Bleak

With America Ferrara Leaving, the 'Superstore' Season Finale Still Managed to Deliver a Surprise

Spoilers: The Ending (and Only the Ending) to Hulu's 'Little Fires Everywhere' Is Better Than the Book

That ‘There Will Be Blood’ Piece Blowing Up Film Twitter is Wrong, and It’s Because Making ‘Film Bros’ Monolithic is a Bad Argument!

Review: 'Endings, Beginnings' is an Irritatingly Narrow View of Womanhood

Review: Merritt Wever and Domhnall Gleeson Smolder in ‘Run,’ But the Show’s Concept of Villainy Threatens to Derail Their Chemistry

Review: 'Trolls World Tour' - But Why, Though?

Review: The Fourth Season of ‘Insecure’ Focuses on a Relatable Friend Breakup, But Why Can’t This Show Quit Lawrence Already?

Review: Even If You're Truly Desperate to Amuse Your Kids, Netflix’s WWE Marketing Exercise ‘The Main Event’ is Still Rough Going

I Think Maybe I Just Hate 'Westworld' Now

Review: Hopelessly Uninspired 'Like A Boss' Unlikely to Entertain

'Onward' Is On Disney+ Right Now. Here Is Our Review

Spoilers: The Simple, Bleak Ending of Netflix's 'The Platform' Explained

5 Reasons You Must See 'Nailed It!' Season 4

Hulu's 'Big Time Adolescence' Sees the Pete Davidson Archetype Exactly For What It Is

Review: Terrence Malick’s ‘A Hidden Life’ is Another Chapter in the Filmmaker’s Beautiful But Opaque Conversation With God

Review: Sally Potter’s ‘The Roads Not Taken’ is a Plea for Compassion in Not Only These Turbulent Times, But All Times

Review: The Visually Stupendous and Narratively Complex ‘Devs’ Offers the Best and Worst Instincts of Creator Alex Garland

Review: The Emotional Through Line of ‘Waves’ and Its Exploration of Forgiveness Give Shape to a Movie That Often Feels Like a Mixtape

Review: Riz Ahmed’s Visceral Short Film ‘The Long Goodbye’ is an Impactful Distillation of the Actor and Rapper's Disgust with Empire

Review: ‘Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears’ is a Flirty, Subversive Return to the World of Our Favorite Lady Detective

Review: ‘Burning Cane’ and ‘The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open’ Are Ava DuVernay’s Hidden Gems on Netflix

Review: ‘The Banker’ is a Solidly Old-Fashioned Adaptation of the Remarkable True Story of America’s First Black Bankers

Review: Dee Rees’s Joan Didion Adaptation ‘The Last Thing He Wanted’ Very Nearly Works, But Its Narrative Shortcomings Crater It

What You Need To Know About 'Westworld' Season 3: Real Worlds, Fake Worlds, Death Grips And 'Person Of Interest'

Review: The Twee Onslaught of ‘Wendy’ Reinforces That Filmmaker Benh Zeitlin’s View of Childhood Wonder Remains Superficial

Review: Netflix's 'Lost Girls' Reveals The True Horrors Of The Long Island Serial Killer

'On My Block' Season 3 Review: The Netflix Series is Firing on All Cylinders

Why Viewers Should Stop Watching NBC's 'Manifest' Immediately

Spoilers, an Attempt to Explain 'The Outsider' Finale 'Must/Can't,' and What That Mid-Credits Scene Might Mean

Review: While Focusing on Toronto Mayor Rob Ford’s Downfall, ‘Run This Town’ Effectively Distills Millennial Frustration and Rage

'Batwoman' Stepped Up its Game and is Finally a Good Show

Ken Loach’s ‘Sorry We Missed You’ And the Failures of The Gig Economy and Healthcare Industry

'I Am Not Okay With This' And The Normal Female Lead

'SNL' Highlights: Mulaney Completes His Musical Trilogy, Plus Jake Gyllenhaal, Chris Redd and a Lot of Coronavirus Jokes

Spoilers: What You Need to Know to Understand the Ending to HBO's 'Beforeigners'

Review: In 'The Invisible Man,' Leigh Whannell & Elisabeth Moss Attack the Patriarchy and Affirm Rich White Tech Bros as the Enemy

Urban Legends, Folk Tales, Demons, and What El Cuco is Doing on 'The Outsider'

'The Call Of The Wild' Review: Just Because You Can Doesn't Mean You Should

Review: 'Brahms: The Boy II' Is Dumb And Not Scary, But Maybe That's Good Enough

Review: HBO's Insanely Watchable 'Beforeigners' Combines 'The Leftovers' with 'Travelers'

'A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon' is the Very Adorable, Very Cute Movie You Need Right Now

Review: One of the Best Drug War Movies You'll See is the Action-Heavy, Emotionally Immersive Iranian Crime Drama 'Just 6.5'

Review: Trust Me, Reality Is Way Better Than 'Fantasy Island'

Review: The Megawatt Charisma of Issa Rae and Lakeith Stanfield Can't Quite Invigorate the Thinly Sketched 'The Photograph'

Review: Romantic Dramedy ‘Olympic Dreams’ Alternates Between the Contrasting Loneliness and Connection in Athlete Village

'Birds of Prey' Review: Harley Quinn Gets By With A Little Help From Her... Friends?

Stream It Or Nah: Netflix's 'October Faction' Is 'The Snowman' Of Comic Book Adaptations

Review: HBO's 'McMillions' Proves that True Crime Can Also Be a Blast

Stream It Or Nah: Netflix's Harlan Coben Mystery, 'The Stranger'

J.J. Watt Is Exactly What You'd Expect as the Host of the Super Bowl 'SNL'

Review: 'Gretel & Hansel' Is A Whole-Ass Mood (And That's About It)

'The Biggest Loser' Is Still a Horror Show of Misery Porn

Review: Blake Lively Wigs Out In 'The Rhythm Section'

All the Hidden Jokes In 'The Good Place' Finale

'Picard' Review: The Star Trek We Need Right Now

Review: Guy Ritchie Goes Full Reactionary in the 'The Gentlemen,' a Boring Slog of Racist Caricatures Masquerading as Style

Highlights: The Best Actor of His Generation May Also Be One of His Gen's Best 'SNL' Hosts

Review: 'Outmatched' Is a Dumb Show About Smart People For a Dumb Audience

What Does 'Patty' Mean For The Series Finale Of 'The Good Place'? (Also, Hidden Jokes and Such)

Review: '9-1-1: Lone Star' Is A Beautiful, Terrible, Boring Disaster

'Dolittle' Review: More Like A Lotta Doo

Review: With Michael Bay's Exit, 'Bad Boys For Life' Achieves Visual Crispness and Unexpected Emotional Maturity

Review: Netflix's 'Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez' Hints At The Dangers Of Toxic Masculinity

Review: 'The New Pope' Proves There's Still Plenty Of Life After 'The Young Pope'

Review: HBO’s ‘The Outsider’ is Moodily Atmospheric and Tightly Plotted, with a Righteously Good Ensemble Selling the Spooky Stuff

'Underwater' Review: Next Time I Hope Cthulhu Wins

Review: The Sixth and Final Season of 'Schitt's Creek' Maintains its Delightful Kookiness for a Bittersweet Goodbye

Review: What If The Grudge Is The Worst Part Of 'The Grudge'?

'You' Season 2 Constructs A Nail-Biting Hall Of Mirrors

'The Witcher' Is Good as Hell and You Should Watch It

The First Season of ‘His Dark Materials’ Ended with a Betrayal and a Bridge to Another World. What to Expect in Season Two?

Review: ‘Just Mercy’ is Recognizably Formulaic But Utterly Serious in its Earnestness, Sensitivity, and Sense of Moral Outrage

Review: ‘1917’ Shares A Familiar Story Made Fantastic in the Telling

Review: Greta Gerwig's 'Little Women' Is Smartly Re-Imagined And Absolutely Glorious

Review, with Spoilers: Netflix Really Gave Michael Bay $150 Million to Make the Wholly Grotesque and Orientalist '6 Underground,' Huh?

Review: ‘Hala’ is Precious and Poignant, a Coming-of-Age Story That Considers the Humanity of Making Mistakes

Review: Clint Eastwood Makes Sure to Absolve the Police and the FBI in ‘Richard Jewell,’ But Heavens No, Not Journalists!

The Ending of 'Mr. Robot' Explained

When Just-Fine Feels Like A Failure: Just Another 'Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker' Review

'Bombshell' Review: The Arc of the Moral Universe is Long, but It Bends Towards Justice, My Ass

'The Morning Show' on Apple+ Is a Riveting Drama About MeToo Complicity

'Black Christmas' Review: In A Man's World, The Call Is Always Coming From Inside The House

Review: ‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ is Dumb as a Post But at Least It Tries

Review: Sam and Aaron Taylor-Johnson's 'A Million Little Pieces' is Effectively Faithful, But the Discredited Memoir Needed More

Review: The Aggressively Provocative Horror 'In Fabric' Includes One of the Most Disturbing Scenes I've Ever Seen

In ‘The Daemon Cages,’ ‘His Dark Materials’ Reveals the Gobblers in Bolvangar and Makes Real the Horror of Intercision

Damon Lindelof's 'Watchmen' Has Been An Elaborate Chicken and Egg Joke the Whole Goddamn Time

Review: 'Marriage Story' Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver Explore Heartbreak And Healing

Review: ‘The Aeronauts’ Reunites Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones for One Disappointingly Boring Foray into CGI Clouds

Who Is Lady Trieu's Father on 'Watchmen'? Or How I Learned to Accuse Superheroes of Not Wearing a Condom

Review: Unnecessary Attempts at Objectivity Nearly Undermine the Gorgeous Imagery and Narrative Urgency of ‘Queen & Slim’

In the Plot-Heavy ‘The Lost Boy,’ ‘His Dark Materials’ Introduces Us to Witches, Will Parry, and the Evil Intentions of the Gobblers

Damon Lindelof's 'Watchmen' Is the Perfect Show for the Twitter/Reddit Era

Review: Scorsese's 'The Irishman' is a Blast from the Past and a Glimpse of the Future

Showtime's 'Back to Life' Is 'Rectify' Peppered with Dark Humor of 'Fleabag'

Without Disturbing the Content, Damon Lindelof and Cord Jefferson Brilliantly Transform the Character Upon Which Alan Moore's 'Watchmen' Was Predicated

'21 Bridges' Review: What the Hell Happened to Taylor Kitsch?

'Dollface' Review: Seriously, Do Women Actually All Go To The Bathroom Together? Is This A Thing?

Review: 'The End of the F***ing World' Season 2 Is a Real Bummer

'A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood' Is So Much More Than A Mr. Rogers Movie

Review: ‘The Report' Is an Enraging, Sobering Reminder of the Shameful Failures of American Policy and Patriotism

On ‘His Dark Materials,’ Lyra is Taken in by the Gyptians, Reads the Golden Compass, and Learns About Her Parents in ‘The Spies’

Review, with Spoilers: Netflix’s ‘Earthquake Bird’ is Aggressively Slow-Moving, But Its Spookiness Will Linger

Review: Get Ready for Every Older Relative You Have to Praise ‘Midway’ This Thanksgiving. Prepare Yourself Any Way You Can!

Review: Ian McKellen and Helen Mirren Act Their Asses Off in the Sneaky, Slightly Anticlimactic ‘The Good Liar’

Review: 'Charlie's Angels' May Be A Mess But Heaven Help Me, I'm Ready For The Sequel Now

Review: James Mangold's 'Ford v Ferrari' is a Highly Satisfying Dad Movie

The Mandalorian Could Get It but He'd Have to Keep His Helmet On

Review: 'Frozen 2' Delivers A Superhero Story And Much, Much (Too Much?) More

By Introducing Other Worlds, 'His Dark Materials' Pushes Forward Reveals from the Books Too Quickly in 'The Idea of North'

'The World According to Jeff Goldblum' Is Precariously Close to Too Much Jeff Goldblum

Review: 'Playing with Fire' Lacks Any Spark of Life

Review: 'Doctor Sleep' Combines King And Kubrick For An Impossible Sequel That Really Shines

Review: 'Last Christmas' Offers Romance, Holiday Cheer, And Plenty Of WTF

'The Morning Show' on Apple TV+ Is Getting a Bad Rap

Review: Netflix’s ‘The King’ Is Gorgeous and Tedious, Overshadowed by the Shakespeare Plays on Which it Is Based

Review: SundanceTV's Gaslighting Drama 'The Cry' Will Mess You Up

Recap: 'His Dark Materials' Devotes its Series Premiere to a Whirling, Confusing Introduction to 'Lyra's Oxford'

Review: Put Aside Goofy Hitler and ‘Jojo Rabbit’ is a Surprisingly, Sometimes Disappointingly Conventional Holocaust Film

Review: 'Harriet' Delivers Important Commentary in an Unfortunately Conventional Package

'Terminator: Dark Fate' Review: Praising With Faint Damns

Review: 'Jenny Slate: Stage Fright' Offers Ghost Stories, Sex Talk, And A Perfectly Loony Climax

Review: Antonio Banderas is Riveting in Pedro Almodóvar’s Pensive, Nostalgic, and Contemplative ‘Pain and Glory’

Review: Jennifer Kent’s ‘The Nightingale’ is a Thoroughly Brutal Film That Challenges Our Understanding of a Rape Revenge Story

Review: Bong Joon Ho's Cannes Winner ‘Parasite’ is a Fantastically Dark, Horrendously Bleak Portrait of Classist Indoctrination

Review: 'Monos' and 'Tigers Are Not Afraid' are Two of the Year's Best, Putting Surreal Spins on Childhood Trauma and Violence

Review: Documentary 'Saudi Women's Driving School' Goes Hard on Girl Power Moments, But Its Attempt at Objectivity Feels Artificial

‘The Laundromat’ is a Rare Misstep for Steven Soderbergh, a Film With Meta Experiments More Condescending Than Empowering

Review: ‘Lucy in the Sky’ Wastes Natalie Portman in a Film That Fails to Grasp That Not Every Story About Women is One of Empowerment

Review: ‘The Addams Family’ Looks Hideous and is Narratively Repetitive, But Reinforces the Idea That Normalcy is Overrated

Spoilers: ‘In the Shadow of the Moon’ is Inconsistently Fascinating, Often Muddled, and Totally Ignorant of Why Time Travel Rules

Review: Jillian Bell is Deeply Likable in ‘Brittany Runs a Marathon,’ a Comedy That Honestly Tackles Anxieties About Wellness and Weight

Review: A24’s ‘Low Tide’ Assembles Pieces of ‘80s Cult Classics to Build an Enjoyably Tense Slow Burner About Class and Crime

Review: Brad Pitt Reminds Us Why He’s a Goddamn Star in the Gorgeous, Contemplative, and Masculinity-Puncturing ‘Ad Astra’

TIFF 2019: The Ceaseless Violence of the Syrian Civil War and the Resilience of Those Who Remain is Captured in ‘The Cave’

Review: ‘The Goldfinch’ Isn’t a Travesty, But It is a Mess, a Movie Trying So Hard to Be Prestigious That It Fails to be Anything at All

TIFF 2019: As a Rebellious Therapist, Golshifteh Farahani Doesn’t Have Enough to Do in the Well-Meaning But Conflicted ‘Arab Blues’

TIFF 2019: Rubaiyat Hossain’s ‘Made in Bangladesh’ is a Rallying Cry for Women’s and Workers’ Rights Amid a Backdrop of Exploitation

TIFF 2019: Iranian Domestic Life, With Its Layers of Perseverance and Tragedy, is the Focus of the Devastating ‘Love Child’ and ‘Son-Mother’

Review: Keira Knightley is Fantastic in ‘Official Secrets,’ an Otherwise Surprisingly Dull Whistleblower Drama about the Iraq War

Stream It or Nah: There is Barely Anything Unique About ‘Falling Inn Love,’ But Sometimes You Gotta Watch Pretty People Play With Puns

Stream It or Nah: ‘Otherhood’ Relies on Resentful Child Shaming to Communicate a Tiring Portrait of Meddling Mothers as Martyrs

Review: ‘After the Wedding’ Succeeds Thanks to Turns From Julianne Moore and Michelle Williams, Who Spar About Wealth and Morality

Review: A Stellar Ensemble, Killer Outfits, and an Array of Fleetwood Mac Tracks Can’t Add Heat to the Disappointing ‘The Kitchen’

Stream It or Nah: ‘The Red Sea Diving Resort’ Features an Extremely Hot Chris Evans and a Narrative Utterly Lacking Self-Awareness

Review: Grounded by Its Strong Ensemble, ‘Them That Follow’ Depicts the Claustrophobia of a Tight-Knit Religious Community

Review: ‘Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood’ is a Glitzy, Melancholy, and Self-Aware Gaze Backward From Quentin Tarantino

Review: Ari Aster’s ‘Hereditary’ Follow-up ‘Midsommar’ is a Ponderously Paced But Spooky and Riotously Colored Acid Trip

Review, With Spoilers: Paul Thomas Anderson and Thom Yorke’s Short Netflix Film ‘Anima’ is a Transfixing Kaleidoscope of Anxiety and Love

Review: The Women of the Horror-Comedy ‘Madam Yankelova’s Fine Literature Club’ Treat Men as Disposable, and Can You Blame Them?

Review: The Meta 'Toy Story 4' is Emotionally Wrenching, Boasts a Delightful Keanu Reeves, and Should Really Be the End

Review, With Spoilers: ‘Anna’ is Definitely a Luc Besson Movie, as Artificially Feminist and Superficially Conceived as You Would Expect

Review, With Spoilers: ‘Murder Mystery’ Could Be an Interesting Meta Experiment, But Alas, It’s Just a Lazy Adam Sandler Movie

Review: Mindy Kaling's 'Late Night' Takes Aim at the Boring Sameness of White Patriarchy and Amusingly Shakes Up Comedy Homogeny

Review, With Spoilers: What If I Wanted Everyone to Die at the End of ‘Ma’ Except for Juliette Lewis? That is a Normal Reaction, Right?

Review: Netflix's Rom-Com ‘Always Be My Maybe’ Relies a Bit Too Much on Genre Tropes, But Ali Wong and Randall Park are Fantastic

Review: The Alternatingly Comforting and Galvanizing 'Deadwood the Movie' is a Triumph, a Flawless Legacy for Creator David Milch

Review: Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, and the Women of Netflix's ‘Wine Country’ Are Having a Blast That Doesn’t Translate to Viewers

Review: Mena Massoud is Perfect, But Count on Disney to Make 'Aladdin' More Orientalist Than the Animated Classic Already Was

Olivia Wilde’s ‘Booksmart’ is Bold, Hilarious & Deeply Empathetic

Review: ‘A Dog’s Journey’ is Loaded With Negligent Parenting and Bad Medical Diagnoses, and Oh Yeah, There Are Dogs, Too

Spoilers: So, That Punching Down at Journalism Joke in ‘Long Shot’ Was Totally Unnecessary, Actually

Review: Go Into the Pleasantly Misandrist ‘The Hustle’ With No Knowledge of ‘Dirty Rotten Scoundrels’ and You’ll Have More Fun

Review: A24 Wrongly Buried the Bizarre, Entrancing Fever Dream That is ‘Under the Silver Lake,’ an Exercise in Narcissistic Paranoia

Review, With Spoilers: Claire Denis’s Space Horror ‘High Life’ is an Unsettling Attempt to Understand Human Life and Its Purpose

Review: Netflix’s Rom Com ‘Someone Great’ is Extremely of This Time, a Sugar Rush That Adds a Millennial Gloss to Genre Tropes

Review: Beyoncé’s ‘Homecoming’ is Peak Self-Mythologization, an Astonishing Accomplishment That Centers the Personal as Political

Review: Easter and Passover Was the Right Time for the Somewhat Feminist ‘Mary Magdalene,' If There Ever Were a Right Time, I Guess

Review: Centering a Family of Complex Black Women, ‘Fast Color’ Considers Matrilineal Strength as an Insuppressible Superpower

Review: 'The Mustang' is Affecting and Uneven, an Exploration of the Dualities of Freedom and Incarceration, Forgiveness and Resentment

Review: Western Horror ‘The Wind’ Uses Isolation to Spin a Spooky Tale About Hysteria, Patriarchy, and Religious Fervor

Spoilers: 'Little' is Mostly Great, So Why Include a Punching-Down Moment Involving a Child and Their Gender Identity?

Review: 'The Best of Enemies' is This Year's 'Green Book' -- And Yes, That is Very Much a Bad Thing

Review: Brie Larson's 'Unicorn Store' Is Less Twee and Insufferable Than You Might Think

Review: Julianne Moore is Excellent in the Resonant ‘Gloria Bell,’ Exploring Womanhood as an Everyday Transformative Process

Review: After 'Never Goin' Back,' Camila Morrone Plays Another Grown-Too-Fast Woman in the Family Drama ‘Mickey and the Bear’

Indie Darling ‘Transit’ Uses the Absurd to Heighten the Terror of Fascism, the Monotony of Living, and the Slipperiness of Identity

Review: The Hottie-Heavy (Uh, Not Ben Affleck) ‘Triple Frontier’ Excels When Eviscerating American Imperialism and Jingoistic Greed

Review: Dev Patel is Grown in the Neo-Noir ‘The Wedding Guest,’ Which Adds Diversity to the Genre's Trigger Men and Femme Fatales

Review: ‘Leaving Neverland’ Lays Out the Links Between Abuse and Seduction, Forcing Us to Again Consider Why We Worship Celebrity

Review: ‘Greta’ is Silly and Scary and Satisfying and Suddenly I’m Using Alliteration and I’m Not Sure Why? But Seriously! It’s Enjoyable!

Thoughts on 'Berlin, I Love You' -- Maybe If Your Movie Franchise Has to Resort to a Weird Incest Storyline to Fill Time, You Should End It?

The Highs and Lows of ‘The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Act,' and Yes, Worst Chris is on This List

Review: Steven Soderbergh’s ‘High Flying Bird’ is a Sharply Written Call for Incendiary Action Against the Wealthy Who Try to Own Us

Review: Taraji P. Henson Elevates 'What Men Want,' Which Gets Some Stuff About Female Frustration in a Patriarchal Society Quite Right

Review: There's No Mads Mikkelsen Nudity in the Survival Drama ‘Arctic,’ But the Movie's Power is His Steely Performance

Review, With Spoilers: Netflix’s Needlessly Boring ‘Polar’ Gives Us Many Shots of Nearly Nude Mads Mikkelsen, But At What Cost?

Review: Noomi Rapace is a Badass in Netflix’s ‘Close,’ But the Movie’s Low-Key Racism Counteracts Its ‘Yay, Strong Women!’ Message

Review: ‘On the Basis of Sex’ is a Well-Made Biopic That Paints Ruth Bader Ginsburg as More of a Superhero Than a Person

Review, With Spoilers: Keanu Reeves's Bargain Bin Sci-Fi ‘Replicas’ Could Have Been Good-Bad, But It’s Just Regular Bad

Review: ‘Welcome to Marwen’ Cares More About Using Fancy CGI to Tell a Story Than, You Know, Actually Telling a Story

Review: 'Second Act' Compliments Milo Ventimiglia's Butt 3 Times, and Jennifer Lopez's Cleavage Looks Amazing. That's the Movie!

Review: Don't Skip 'Bird Box' Just Because You Saw 'A Quiet Place' -- Netflix's Thriller is Spookier Than You Would Expect

Review, With Spoilers: Clint Eastwood's 'The Mule' is Expectedly Racist and Sexist, But Also It's Just Incredibly Boring?

Review: Saoirse Ronan is Understandably Pissed Off in ‘Mary Queen of Scots,’ a Movie That Reminds Us the Patriarchy Has Always Sucked

Review: Brady Corbet’s ‘Vox Lux’ Has a Shocking Opening, a Crowd-Pleasing Ending, and an Off-Kilter Natalie Portman Performance

Review: ‘Green Book’ is Your Grandparents’ Holiday Movie Pick, a Well-Intentioned But Flatly Executed Story About the Evils of Racism

Review: Documentary 'Free Solo' Deserves a Best Cinematography Nod From the Academy for Its Terrifying, Life-Affirming Visuals

Review: Rami Malek is a Magnetic Freddie Mercury, But ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Can’t Make Up Its Mind About His Identity or His Legacy

Review: 'Suspiria' is Bleak, Grotesque, Overly Complicated, and Unforgettable, a Depiction of Women's Anger Turned to Rot

'Mid90s' Uses a Super-Uncomfortable Sex Scene to Make Its Young Protagonist Cool, Because Of Course It Does

Review: In His Final Role, Robert Redford is Perfect in the Thoughtful, Reflective ‘The Old Man and the Gun,' But Ugh, Casey Affleck

Review: Documentary ‘MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A.’ Makes a Case for Our Own Self-Reflection—What Do We Owe the ‘Paper Planes’ Star?

Legends Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Eileen Atkins, and Joan Plowright in ‘Tea With the Dames’ Are the Balm You Need Right Now

Review: ‘First Man’ is Precise, Patriotic, Immersive, Gorgeous, and Flawed. Can People Stop Complaining About the Flag Now?

Villainous Riz Ahmed is the Best Part of 'Venom,' and I'm Not Saying That Just Because I Love Riz Ahmed, I Swear!

Review: Keira Knightley’s ‘Colette’ is a Period Piece, But Yeah, a Woman Battling a Controlling Husband for Her Art Feels Timely AF

Review: Emma Thompson is Quietly Devastating in ‘The Children Act,’ an Ian McEwan Film That is Only Kind of Emotionally Manipulative

Review, With Hella Spoilers: 'Life Itself' is This Year's 'Book of Henry,' Another Misguided Attempt at Enraging Melodrama

Review: ‘Where Hands Touch’ is Def Problematic, With Ideas Worth Exploring That Didn’t Need a Nazi Romance to Be Resonant

Review: NatGeo Documentary 'Science Fair' Will Take You on a Journey of Hope and Disgust at Our Country's Education System

Review: There's No Sydney Bristow in 'Peppermint,' Just Jennifer Garner Pushing a Conservative Agenda

Review: Even for the Realm of YA Sci-Fi, the Boy-Befriends-a-Gun Storyline of 'Kin' is Pretty Messed Up

Review: 'Skate Kitchen' is Evocative and Entrancing, a Story of Female Skateboarders Carving Their Own Space Despite the Bullshit of Men

Review: Charlie Hunnam and Rami Malek are Just Fine in ‘Papillon,’ a Remake That is Also Fine. Fine! It’s All Fine.

Review: Glenn Close is Female Resentment Personified in ‘The Wife,’ a Drama About Individual Ambition and Marriage's Compromises

Are We Still Doing Big Dick Energy? Because Mark Wahlberg's 'Mile 22' is the Opposite of BDE

Review: Female Stoner Comedy 'Never Goin' Back' is Raunchy and Ridiculous, a Portrait of Girls Behaving Badly and Not Giving a F*ck

Review: 'Crazy Rich Asians' is Glorious, Funny, and Sexy, Successfully Fusing Cultural Specificity and Crowd-Pleasing Romance

Review: Adults are the Enemy in the Poignant, Devastating, and Deeply Personal 'The Miseducation of Cameron Post'

Status Update: 2018 Movies Directed by Women, What You Should Have Already Watched, and What You Should Watch Next

Do Stories About Female Friendship Need Conflict? An Investigation, Inspired by a Lackluster Response to ‘The Spy Who Dumped Me’

Review: Female-Directed 'Night Comes On' is One of the Year's Best, a Story of Revenge, Resilience, and Sisterhood

Spoilers: Netflix’s ‘Extinction’ is Irritatingly Unoriginal, So Much So That Even 95 Minutes Feels Like a Slog

'Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again' Never Pretends to Be Anything But What It Is, Which is Goofy, Campy, and Irresistible

Review: Dwayne Johnson is in Peak Dad Mode in 'Skyscraper,' a Movie Possibly Underwritten by the Duct-Tape Lobby

With ‘Sorry to Bother You,’ Filmmaker and Musician Boots Riley Explores the Inherently American Nature of Capitalism and Dissent

Review: Jessica Chastain's 'Woman Walks Ahead' is Well-Meaning But Bland, Another White Savior Among Natives Story

Review: The Zellner Brothers, Mia Wasikowska, and Robert Pattinson Team Up for the Delightfully Weird and Feminist As Hell 'Damsel'

Review: ‘Sicario: Day of the Soldado’ is Two Hours of Nothing, Unless Superficial Cynicism is Something

Review: With ‘Leave No Trace,’ Filmmaker Debra Granik Revisits Themes of Female Power Years After Her Flawless ‘Winter’s Bone’

Review: ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor?’ is a Healing Reminder That Kindness and Goodness Still Exist in Our Nightmarish World

Some Grumpy Questions About 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,' A Movie That Is Not Good

Review: ‘Incredibles 2’ Hits All the Right Notes, With Feminist Themes, Crazy Visuals, and, Yeah, a Little Bit of Exceptionalism

Review: Great Chemistry From Saoirse Ronan and Billy Howle Can't Stop Ian McEwan's 'On Chesil Beach' From Being Misery Porn

Family Film 'Show Dogs' Pushes a Plot About Accepting Unwanted Sexual Touching, and Yeah, Parents Are Calling Them Out on That Shit

Review: Ramin Bahrani’s ‘Fahrenheit 451’ is a Timely and Well-Acted Nightmare Version of Our Reality that Doesn’t Seem Too Far Off

Review: The Chekhov Adaptation ‘The Seagull’ is Mad Depressing, But Is One of the Finest-Acted Films of the Year

Diablo Cody and Jason Reitman Apply Their Familiar Formula to the Motherhood-as-Pain Film 'Tully,' Starring Charlize Theron

Review: Alia Shawkat Rightly Won the Tribeca Film Festival Best Actress Award for Her Work in the Lesbian Romance 'Duck Butter'

Amid the Latest Western Genre Resurgence, ‘Lean on Pete’ and ‘The Rider’ Challenge Cowboy Masculinity in the American West

The Hypocrisy of Amy Schumer's 'I Feel Pretty' Is Exhausting, and We Don't Even Get a Makeover Montage!

'Blockers' Review: Yes, the John Cena Butt-Chugging Movie Is Terrific

All the Things I Would Rather Watch Taraji P. Henson Do Than Be in 'Tyler Perry's Acrimony'

SXSW & Netflix Review: '6 Balloons' -- If You Don't Know This Story Already, You Should

Armando Iannucci's 'Death of Stalin' Is F Star Star Brilliant

Review: Dark Comedy ‘Gringo’ Uses Its Mexican Location as a Prop and Wastes a Stacked Cast for a Boring Greed-is-Bad Narrative

‘The Hurricane Heist’ is the ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ of Alliterative, Weather-Themed Heist Movies

Review: Olivia Cooke and Anya Taylor-Joy Play Deadly Besties In 'Thoroughbreds'

‘Nostalgia’ Casts Onetime Don Draper Jon Hamm to Again Get All Existential About Stuff, But the Film Muses for Too Long

Review: ‘The Party’ is a Smartly Brief, Well-Acted Entry into the Dinner-Parties-from-Hell Film Genre

With the End of the ‘Maze Runner’ Trilogy, We Also Conclude the Teen Dystopia Film Boom—Finally!

Review: 'Den of Thieves' Is A Smoldering Pyre of Misogyny and Cheap Stereotypes

'The Commuter' Review: GIVE ME BACK MY 105 MINUTES!

Review: Now We Know Why the Screen Gems Buried Taraji P. Henson's 'Proud Mary'

Review: 'Paddington 2' Is Perfection

Review: Steven Spielberg’s ‘The Post’ Is Something Something

Review: 'Blame' is a Smart Look at High School Obsession and Rivalry

'Molly's Game' Review: The Assassination of Molly Bloom By the Smugly Coward Aaron Sorkin

We Watched Netflix's Infamous 'A Christmas Prince'

'The Bearded Lady and the Trapeze Artist' Is the Most Joyous, Crowd-Pleasing Movie of 2017

Goddamn It, Matt Damon (A 'Downsizing' Review)

Review: David Ayer Does His Typically Heavy-Handed, Testosterone-Fueled Thing With the Impressively Ludicrous ‘Bright’

'The Shape Of Water' Is A Fairy Tale Made For Misfits

Review: 'Pitch Perfect 3' Is Hot Aca-Garbage (Mostly)

Review: ‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ Continues to Work the Johnson-Hart Odd-Couple Vibe in a Reboot That’s Doing Too Damn Much

'Ferdinand' Review: There Are More Cost-Effective Ways to Buy Your Kids' Affections

What the Critics are Saying about the Ed Helms/Owen Wilson Film, 'Father Figures'

Review: 'All The Money In The World' Got Rid of Kevin Spacey, Still Sucks

Review: Christian Bale is a ‘Good Man’ in ‘Hostiles,’ a Film Disinterested in Analyzing Its Own Shortcomings

'Crooked House' Is A Straight-Forward Take On An Agatha Christie Classic

'Brawl in Cell Block 99' Will Make You Say 'Ho-lee Crap, Vince Vaughn!'

Review: 'Voyeur' Is The Netflix Doc That Will Have You Screaming AT Your Television

We Watched That Christmas Movie Where A Woman Falls For A Hot Hipster Ghost

Sean Baker's 'The Florida Project' Explores the Paucity of the American Dream in the Shadow of Disney World

Review: Denzel Is Very Disappointed in the Director of 'Roman J. Israel, Esq'

'The Disaster Artist' Review: Leave Your Negative Reviews in Your Pocket

Review Roundup: Woody Allen's Latest Is A Creepy Piece of Sh*t? We're Shocked!

36 Reasons 'While You Were Sleeping' Is the Best Romantic Comedy of All Time

Armie Hammer Makes Us Swoon In 'Call Me By Your Name'

Review: 'The Man Who Invented Christmas' Is A Radiant Holiday Delight

Review: 'Angelica' Feels Like 'Alias Grace' Meets 'The Babadook'

Review: Greta Gerwig’s Fantastic ‘Lady Bird’ Combines Early Aughts Nostalgia With Profound Emotional Honesty

Review: 'Darkest Hour' Is A War Movie That Feels Shockingly Safe

Review: 'Wonder' Is the Kindest Film of 2017

Review: Flawed 'Justice League' Is a Sign of Better Things To Come

'Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story': The Perfect Feminist Tale For Our Times

Mel Gibson is the Most Garbage Part of the Already Garbage ‘Daddy’s Home 2’

Review: 'Mayhem' Is A Mean, Hot Mess Of A Movie

TIFF Review: 'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri' Mixes Profane Dark Comedy with Honest Humanity

Review: 'Thelma' Offers A Sexy And Bittersweet Tale of Monsters And Lesbian Love

Review: The Brief But Wholly Satisfying Netflix Documentary 'Long Shot'

Review: 'Bad Mom's Christmas' Is a Lousy Sequel (and Sarandon Can Go F--k Herself)

For 'Thor Ragnarok,' We Salute You

Netflix Review: 'The Meyerowitz Stories' Review: Noah Baumbach Gives Adam Sandler Another Shot at Legitimacy

Review: 'Thank You For Your Service' Puts a Very Real Face to PTSD

'Jigsaw' Review: Let the Games Begin, I Guess ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Review: George Clooney's Politics Does Not Play Well with the Coen Brothers' Script in 'Suburbicon'

I Figured Out the Perfect Way to Watch ‘Geostorm’

'The Killing of a Sacred Deer' Review: Yorgos Lanthimos’s Contemptuous, Vacuous Follow Up to 'The Lobster'

'Wonderstruck' Offers A Beautiful But Hollow Kiddie Adventure

'The Snowman': Please Go Watch It And Explain It To Me Because I Don't Get It

BHFF Review: Gay Romance Turned Horror Story, 'Rift' Rattles Us Raw

'Only the Brave' Review: Do NOT Go Into This Movie Blindly

Review: "The Foreigner" Is Not What You're Expecting, and That Is To Its Credit

NYFF Review: 'The Venerable W.' The Tale Of An Evil Buddhist Monk Shows Parallels To Trump

Review: 'Marshall' Is Fine, But Not Worthy of The Man It Depicts

Review: 'Professor Marston and the Wonder Women' And the Importance of a Diverse Review Staff

Review: 'Goodbye Christopher Robin' Turns Winnie The Pooh Into A Tragedy

'Happy Death Day' Is Stupid, But Not in the Fun Way

My 5-Year-Old Reviews 'My Little Pony: The Movie,' Kind Of

'Blade Runner 2049' Review: Emotionally Brilliant, Intellectually Shallow

'Gerald's Game' and the Differences Between Female and Male Protagonists In Film

Review: 'The Mountains Between Us' Is Terrible, But Idris Does Take Off His Shirt, So ...

'My Little Pony: The Movie' Review: We're Here For Emily Blunt As Angry Goth Pony

'Gerald's Game' Review: Fear in a Handful of Dust

Fantastic Fest Review: Do You Dare Enter 'Haunters: The Art Of The Scare'?

"Flatliners" Review: A Brain Dead Movie About Brain Death. How Meta!

'American Made' Review: Tom Cruise's Terrifically Enjoyable 'True' Story

Fantastic Fest Review: Takashi Miike's 'Blade Of The Immortal' Asks If You Can Have Too Much Samurai Slaying?

Fantastic Fest Review: Nic Cage Just Wants His Kids Dead In 'Mom And Dad'

'The Lego Ninjago Movie' Review (A TK/Wee-K Production)

'Stronger' Review: A Complicated Relationship Drama Starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Tatiana Maslany

'Friend Request': Mildly Interesting, Ultimately Pointless... Just Like Facebook.

Review: Mo' Battle, Mo' Sexes

Review: 'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' Is Entertaining, But It's Not Very Good

Review: 'Victoria and Abdul' Aims For Charming, Hits Insulting

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TIFF Review: Margot Robbie Turns In Her Best Performance To Date in the Funny, Profane 'I, Tonya'

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TIFF Review: Matt Damon Gets Small in Alexander Payne's High-Concept 'Downsizing'

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'It' Review: Hail to the King

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'Goon: Last of the Enforcers' Review: More Mature Does Not Always Mean Better

That Time MTV Made The Worst Horror Movie You've Never Seen

Review: Adam Wingard's 'Death Note' IS DOA

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‘Annabelle: Creation’ Is Formulaic Horror Done Right(ish)

'The Glass Castle': Finally, A Movie That Makes Your F*cked Up Family Look Good

Just FYI, There’s a New Movie Out from the Writer of ‘Hell or High Water’ and ‘Sicario,’ And You Don’t Need to See It

Review: Halle Berry's 'Kidnap' Is the Worst Movie of 2017

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Fantasia Review: South Korea's 'A Day' Is 'Groundhog Day' With A Hitchcock Twist

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'Santoalla' Review: What Ever Happened To Martin Verfondern?

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Look, I Think We Can All Acknowledge That Society Is Crumbling: A Half-Coherent 'Emoji Movie' Review

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Review: Jenny Slate And Gillian Robespierre Reunite With 'Landline'

Fantasia Fest Review: 'JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable'

'War for the Planet of the Apes' Review: An Intense, Engaging, Deeply Satisfying Conclusion to the Trilogy

Ranking The 5 Best Movies of 2017, So Far

'Spider-Man: Homecoming' Review: Finally, The Spider-Man We Deserve

Review: Casey Affleck Distracting And Destructive In 'A Ghost Story'

'Despicable Me 3' Review: Harmless, Wacky Fun

'Cars 3' Wisely Pretends 'Cars 2' Never Existed

Review: 'The House' Is a Very Bad Movie with a Very Good Cast

Review: 'The Reagan Show' Explores The First Made-For-TV Presidency

Review: Edgar Wright's 'Baby Driver' Is the Channing Tatum F*cking the Floor in 'Magic Mike' of Heist Movies

'Okja' Review: Netflix Delivers A Monster Movie Miracle With Escapism, Daring, And Tilda Swinton

'The Beguiled' Has Some Flipping Great Things to Say About Gender

Review: 'Transformers: The Last Knight' Is Garbage

Review: Kumail Nanjiani's Real Romance Revealed In 'The Big Sick'

'Rough Night’ Isn’t Everything We Could Have Hoped For, But That's OK

Review: Mandy Moore Faces Off Against Great White Sharks In '47 Meters Down'

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Review: 'The Mummy' Is A Mess, And It Didn't Have To Be

Review: 'It Comes At Night' Is A Dick Tease Of A Horror Movie

Oh Thank God, ‘Wonder Woman’ Is Good

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Cannes 2017 Review: Robert Pattinson's 'Good Time' Is Like Nicolas Winding Refn Having a Stab at a Coen Brothers Movie

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'Alien: Covenant' Is Better than 'Prometheus,' Not As Good As 'Alien'

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‘The Wall’ Review: Not Very Bad, Not Very Good, Kinda Just There

Review: 'King Arthur: Legend of the Sword' is a Blast, Long Live Guy Ritchie

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Amy Schumer's 'Snatched' Is a Terrible Movie And You Should Not Watch It

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Netflix's 'Casting JonBenét' Is Crass Exploitation But May Be Brilliant

'How to Be a Latin Lover' Gets Less Good the More Sober You Get

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Review: Tom Hanks' 'The Circle' Is So Profoundly Bad It's Almost Impressive

Movies That Stay With You: Patton Oswalt's Greasy, Disturbing 'Big Fan'

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'Unforgettable' Review: Thank You Beyoncé Jesus For This Beautiful Trash

'Free Fire' Review: Less a Movie and More a Symphony of Bullets