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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’
Review: Jennifer Kent’s ‘The Nightingale’ is a Thoroughly Brutal Film That Challenges Our Understanding of a Rape Revenge Story
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: SXSW Audience Award Winner ‘Saint Frances’ is a Laser-Sharp Analysis of Femininity, Motherhood, and Love's Complexities
Review: While Focusing on Toronto Mayor Rob Ford’s Downfall, ‘Run This Town’ Effectively Distills Millennial Frustration and Rage
Review: Romantic Dramedy ‘Olympic Dreams’ Alternates Between the Contrasting Loneliness and Connection in Athlete Village
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!
Review: ‘Isn’t It Romantic’ Succeeds Where ‘I Feel Pretty’ Failed, Mixing Parody and Self-Awareness Into a Joyful and Affirming Film
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
Fantasia Review: 'Ocean's Eleven' Meets 'The Breakfast Club' In 'Bad Genius'
Review: 'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' Is Entertaining, But It's Not Very Good
Review: 'Victoria and Abdul' Aims For Charming, Hits Insulting
‘American Assassin’ Is As Dull as Ditch-Water
Review: Darren Aronofsky’s ‘mother!’ Is a Whole Heck of a Lot
TIFF Review: Margot Robbie Turns In Her Best Performance To Date in the Funny, Profane 'I, Tonya'
TIFF Review: Louis C.K. Courts Controversy with His Woody Allen Inspired ‘I Love You, Daddy'
The Charlie Sheen 9/11 Movie Is--You Guessed It--Exploitative Trash
TIFF Review: Matt Damon Gets Small in Alexander Payne's High-Concept 'Downsizing'
'The Wilde Wedding' Review: Putting Hair On Patrick Stewart Is The First Of Many Bad Choices
'It' Review: Hail to the King
Review: Reese Witherspoon Robs The Frat House In 'Home Again'
'Tulip Fever' is the 'Punk'd' of Costume Dramas
'The Layover' Review: Or The Movie That Made Me Pine For The Sweet Release Of Death
'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
Review: 'Bushwick' Blows, Delivering Hipster Bullshit And Too Little Dave Bautista
'Red Christmas' Review: The Anti-Abortion Holiday Movie No One Asked For
Review: The Spirit of Renny Harlin (and the Abs of Ryan Reynolds) Live On in 'The Hitman's Bodyguard'
Review: Aubrey Plaza Turns To Stalking And Obsession In 'Ingrid Goes West'
‘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
Review: 'The Dark Tower' Hasn't Forgotten The Face Of Its Father, But It Has Forgotten His Voice
Fantasia Review: South Korea's 'A Day' Is 'Groundhog Day' With A Hitchcock Twist
Review: 'The Night Watchmen' Delivers Vampire-Zombie Clowns, What More Could You Want?
Review: 'Fun Mom Dinner' Is Either A Scathing Parody, Or Just An Excruciatingly Mediocre Comedy
'Santoalla' Review: What Ever Happened To Martin Verfondern?
'Atomic Blonde' Proves Packing A Punch Isn't Always Pretty
These Critics Saw 'The Emoji Movie' So You Don't Have To So Pay Your Respects
Look, I Think We Can All Acknowledge That Society Is Crumbling: A Half-Coherent 'Emoji Movie' Review
Imagine 'Dunkirk' But Fun & Where Women Exist
Review: Jessica Williams Shines In 'The Incredible Jessica James'
Review: 'Girls Trip' Is a F**king Blast
Fantasia Review: 'Lowlife' Finds Shocking Humor In The Darkest Places
Review: Jenny Slate And Gillian Robespierre Reunite With 'Landline'
'Game of Death' Fantasia Review: All Fun And Games Until Your Friend's Head Explodes
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'
Spoilers: Does the Dog Die in 'Megan Leavey'?
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
Netflix's New Brad Pitt Movie, 'War Machine,' Could Use A Tune-Up
We Talked to Zac Efron About His New Movie 'Baywatch,' And It Got Really Weird
What in the Drunken Slurring Fuck is Johnny Depp Doing In 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales'?
Cannes Capsule Reviews: 'BPM,' 'Happy End,' 'The Rider,' 'Nothingwood'
Cannes 2017 Review: Robert Pattinson's 'Good Time' Is Like Nicolas Winding Refn Having a Stab at a Coen Brothers Movie
Cannes 2017 Review: In 'Wonderstruck,' Todd Haynes Battles With His Material ... and Loses
'Alien: Covenant' Is Better than 'Prometheus,' Not As Good As 'Alien'
Review: You're Going To Want To See 'Everything Everything' Opening Weekend
'Bon Cop Bad Cop 2' Review: It's OK America, The Canadians Are Here
Review: Amber Tamblyn Draws Blood Superbly With 'Paint It Black'
‘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
Review: 'Get Me Roger Stone' Might Be The Scariest Film Of The Trump Era
Review: 'Hounds Of Love' Brings A Strange Tale Of Love To A Torture Premise
Amy Schumer's 'Snatched' Is a Terrible Movie And You Should Not Watch It
Review: 'Sweet, Sweet Lonely Girl' is a Seductive Slice of Retro Horror
Review: '3 Generations' Delivers A Well-Intentioned But Deeply Flawed Trans Teen Drama
'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2' - James Gunn Hits The Sweet Spot Again
Review: Parental Nightmares And Much Ham Make Up The Thriller 'The Dinner'
Review: 'The Divine Order' is a Crowd-Pleasing Feminist Delight
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
Review: 'My Friend Dahmer' is a Chilling Look at a Serial Killer in the Making
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'
Review: Despite Having Much Cate Blanchett, 'Manifesto' Is An Insulting Trash Fire
Review: 'Aardvark' Stars Jenny Slate And Sheila Vand, Yet Is Not Awesome
Review: 'Bombshell' Finally Recognizes Hedy Lamarr's Genius
Review: 'Saturday Church' is a Musical Celebration of the Transgender Community
'Unforgettable' Review: Thank You Beyoncé Jesus For This Beautiful Trash
'Free Fire' Review: Less a Movie and More a Symphony of Bullets
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