The Ben Affleck vehicle about an autistic action hero begins promisingly—and then falls completely apart.
Tipped as an early Oscar frontrunner, the film has been clouded with controversy in recent months.
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Though Denzel Washington has his moments in the lead role, Antoine Fuqua’s remake is uninspired and unnecessary.
The director Adam Wingard’s sequel is a tediously familiar horror-hike.
Westworld, HBO’s new series, reframes the classic monsters-run-amok plotline: The audience watches androids become more human—as the humans become less so.
Despite an excellent performance by Tom Hanks, Clint Eastwood’s hagiographic biopic loses its way.
Director David Mackenzie’s extraordinary neo-Western is a showcase for Chris Pine, Jeff Bridges, and Ben Foster.
The latest offering from the DC Comics superhero universe may be the most disastrous yet—and that’s saying something.
The reunion of Matt Damon and Paul Greengrass isn’t enough to elevate a derivative sequel above the level of modest summer diversion.
The director of Don’t Think Twice discusses his comedic path and dodging fame.
Thoughts on the beach town’s newest offerings, including Life, Animated and Tallulah
As it’s moved beyond the George R.R. Martin novels, the series has evolved both for better and for worse.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss “Battle of the Bastards,” the ninth episode of the sixth season.
Though it lacks the originality of Pixar’s best work, the studio’s latest feature offers a fun and tender ride.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss “No One,” the eighth episode of the sixth season.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss “The Broken Man,” the seventh episode of the sixth season.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss “Blood of My Blood,” the sixth episode of the sixth season.
What happens when political collapse meets personal scandal?
Three Atlantic staffers discuss “The Door,” the fifth episode of the sixth season.