Yorgos Lanthimos’s allegorical rumination on finding a mate is witty, cruel, and deeply unsettling.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss ‘Oathbreaker,’ the third episode of the sixth season.
Stuffed to overflowing with superheroes, the studio’s latest nonetheless understands that character is key.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss “Home,” the second episode of the sixth season.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss “The Red Woman,” the first episode of the sixth season.
Now that the HBO blockbuster series has caught up with the George R. R. Martin books on which it’s based, all bets are off.
With his story of lovestruck teens in 1985 Dublin, the director John Carney rediscovers the magic of his indie hit Once.
Jon Favreau’s CGI stunner is further proof that a remake doesn’t have to be a retread.
The former U.S. Representative Robert Mrazek’s first film debuted at the Sarasota Film Festival last week.
Zack Snyder’s latest film is an inconsistent, comically grim mess.
GOP voters aren’t looking for their own young, optimistic candidate to put a new face on the party—many, in fact, want just the opposite.
Abduction? Or apocalypse? Or maybe … both?
Though somewhat conventional in form and message, the movie has wit, panache, and visual ingenuity to spare.
Basically, bet on The Revenant.
Though not quite as clever as it thinks it is, the Ryan Reynolds vehicle is a reminder that humor and superpowers go together just fine.
In what is a recurring—and fun—tradition, the Washington Post film critic Ann Hornaday has updated her ranking of all 17…
The Coen brothers’ latest film may not rank among their greatest, but it is an unexpectedly delightful celebration of the movies.
At 82, the celebrated actress is very much in her prime.
The debut film by the Hungarian director László Nemes is a powerful, unsettling addition to the cinema of the Holocaust.
The first film in which I recall seeing Alan Rickman was his big-screen debut in Die Hard, as the instantly…