Based on Michael Hastings’s book about General Stanley McChrystal, the Brad Pitt-starring film wavers between dark comedy and bleak drama.
Bobby Moynihan, Vanessa Bayer, and Sasheer Zamata all said their goodbyes last weekend—in very different ways.
David Lynch’s long-awaited television comeback is as strange as you’d imagine—and as beguiling.
The midlife crisis film, based on a short story by E.L. Doctorow, is a strange, muted drama.
Tina Fey’s charming Netflix show offers more of the same in Season 3, suggesting the series could use a shake-up.
Ridley Scott’s last sci-fi epic was called an unsatisfying Alien prequel on release, but it’s far smarter, and bleaker, than many might remember.
Fire Walk With Me, David Lynch’s film version of his hit series, was derided upon release. Today, it might offer a glimpse of what’s to come in his Showtime revival.
The HBO film, starring Robert De Niro, finds little to love in its infamous protagonist.
The Australian kidnapping drama is not for the faint of heart.
A new film by Guy Ritchie is cinema’s latest attempt to find something new in the ancient British tales of chivalric heroism.
The film focuses on telling a good story that can stand on its own—not dealing with an entire universe of superheroes.
The indie drama follows a husband and wife who embark on a torrid affair with one another after years of estrangement.
The comedian’s one-man show on HBO is something only he could have produced, and it’s all the better for that.
In its second season, the indulgent but still delightful Netflix series stands out amid all the dark, ponderous dramas.
The late-night host didn’t exactly back down from a controversial joke he made at President Trump’s expense on Monday.
The most idiosyncratic action hero of the ’80s and ’90s is experiencing a late-career renaissance in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and the Fast & Furious movies.
The new documentary from Laura Poitras, the director of Citizenfour, follows the Wikileaks founder as his public profile radically shifts around him.
The late-night host opened Monday’s show with an explanation for why he was off the air last week—because of the immediate surgery his newborn son required.
The new Comedy Central parody series is a late-night talk program hosted by the comedian Anthony Atamanuik, in character as Donald Trump.
James Ponsoldt’s new film, based on a novel by Dave Eggers, sees Emma Watson join a Facebook-like company with sinister intentions.