Mackenzie Davis on why her new film’s portrayal of complex friendships between women feels so authentic
The Natalie Portman-starring film follows Jacqueline Kennedy’s efforts to navigate public life in the days after her husband’s assassination.
The director Robert Zemeckis spoke to The Atlantic about the throwback feel of his new World War II drama.
The studio’s latest may tell a conventional story, but thanks to stunning CGI visuals, songs co-authored by Lin-Manuel Miranda, and a standout turn by Dwayne Johnson, it’s an absolute delight.
Garth Davis’s debut film adapts the true-life story of Saroo Brierley, who reconnected with his Indian birth family through Google Earth.
Though the writer of the Star Wars spinoff has sparked controversy for “politicizing” the movie, it’s unlikely to damage its prospects.
Tom Ford's second feature displays the same emphatic style as A Single Man, but it never quite penetrates beneath its beautiful surfaces.
Kelly Fremon Craig’s debut film avoids genre tropes to deliver a beautiful, sometimes abrasive, coming-of-age story.
J.K. Rowling's latest journey into the world of Harry Potter is a spinoff, but not a knockoff.
The alien-contact movie, starring Amy Adams and directed by Denis Villeneuve, is the best film of the year so far.
Because they do poorly overseas, hits like Bad Moms are becoming a rarity as the industry prioritizes big-budget action films.
As Americans ask ever more of their celebrities, let-down is being woven into the fabric of fan culture.
Jeff Nichols’s film takes a beautifully restrained look at the couple behind the Supreme Court case that struck down bans on interracial marriage.
Though it boasts first-rate special effects, Marvel’s latest suffers from a dour tone and flat performances.
The director Mel Gibson employs characteristic passion and violence to tell the story of a conscientious objector.
Kim Snyder’s documentary examines how a community can even begin to recover in the wake of unspeakable tragedy.
American culture has long been confused about the location of the line between love and violence. Hollywood deserves some of the blame for that.
Inferno is only the latest Hollywood product to insist that its lady-stars race around in infernal footwear.
Tom Hanks returns for the third adaptation of Dan Brown’s bestselling novels, but apart from the scenery there’s little to get excited about.
Barry Jenkins’s gorgeous movie, which charts the coming-of-age tale of a black man in Miami, is one of the best of the year.