The director Duncan Jones (Moon, Source Code) returns to the genre that launched him, but this Netflix future-noir is a mess.
A comprehensive new box set from the Criterion Collection takes in a century of cinema from the Games, from the nakedly fascistic to the stirringly humane.
Marvel has hit big with a movie that leads with the artistry of its storytelling and the diversity of its characterization. Hollywood would do well to take notice.
Nick Park’s return to claymation films melds a neolithic saga with a tale of soccer triumph.
Jonathan Demme’s 1991 masterpiece, now available on the Criterion Collection, has endured far better than most of the imitators that followed.
The surprise release of The Cloverfield Paradox, along with acquisitions of other schlocky genre movies, suggests the company is leaning in to its “direct-to-video” approach.
Alex Ross Perry’s latest film stars Emily Browning as an Australian student who stirs up trouble among the Brooklyn yuppie set.
Clint Eastwood’s new film casts the actual heroes of a foiled terrorist attack as themselves.
The studio’s big contract with the controversial filmmaker was a gamble on old-fashioned auteurism that isn’t paying off.
The first trailer for the Star Wars spinoff plays it safe—far from the sillier tone that reportedly got the movie’s original directors fired.
The sci-fi horror film, which had a surprise debut on Netflix after the Super Bowl, unfortunately doesn’t live up to the instant hype.
Sebastián Lelio’s Oscar-nominated Chilean film follows a trans woman struggling to move on after the death of her partner.
The late Iranian director’s last film is experimental, sometimes tedious, and strangely enchanting—like all of his work.
Paramount, the studio behind the upcoming sci-fi thriller, has taken the unusual step of selling its international rights to Netflix.
As its user base grows, the subscription-based film-ticket service is playing hardball with AMC, the biggest theater chain in the country.
David Wain’s exploration of the career of the National Lampoon founder Doug Kenney skims the surface of his appeal.
The final Maze Runner movie seems like a quaint throwback to a time when audiences loved dystopian films about teens.
Creators behind the camera—like Jordan Peele, Greta Gerwig, Christopher Nolan, and Guillermo del Toro—were the biggest part of many of the season’s most-nominated movies.
The Shape of Water, Get Out, and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri dominated, but there were other surprises as well.
After a rocky start in theaters, the Hugh Jackman–starring circus musical has become a massive word-of-mouth hit.