The film is a face-off between two visions of the American West—one of promise and the other of hostility.
Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest film is an antic comedy, but it’s also a bittersweet reminiscence about how difficult embracing adulthood can be.
The film delves into the insidious world of the Italian luxury label.
Bouncing between bleak takes on the news and delightful nonsense, watching the show feels strangely similar to spending time online.
His filmmaking debut turns a small-scale musical by the creator of Rent into an inventive piece of cinematic biography.
The 1984 film was a goofy, blue-collar buddy comedy. The new one is a hollow imitation.
The movie functions best as a clear-eyed tribute to the man who put Venus and Serena Williams on their path.
Does Spencer portray Princess Diana the person, or just the public image?
The director’s latest film captures a young boy’s perspective faithfully—maybe too faithfully.
Red Notice has A-list actors, globe-trotting set pieces, and a notorious art thief. Why is it so boring?
Almost 20 years ago, the modern horror classic offered an eerily prescient warning about viral media.
Spencer puts a fresh spotlight on Princess Diana—but not for her historical or political significance.
The Souvenir Part II is an art film told with the ambition of a big blockbuster.
Last Night in Soho imbues the swinging ’60s with psychological horror. But its social commentary is less distinctive.
Luke Skywalker, Paul Atreides, and what the new Dune finally got right.
“The first audience member I wanted to please was myself,” the director Denis Villeneuve said of tackling his Dune adaptation.
At its best, The French Dispatch mixes madcap fun, gentle satire, and earnestness. At its worst, it’s exhausting.
A new film adaptation of the best seller has a colossal budget and an all-star cast—but its emotional depth is what sets it apart.
The original Halloween painted a frightening vision of suburban life. None of its sequels has managed to do the same.
James Bond has been in theaters across six decades. But with No Time to Die ending Daniel Craig’s run, where will the franchise go next?