Marvel has given the series a barnstorming, and surprisingly moving, finale.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss “A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms,” the second episode of Season 8.
Jane the Virgin’s Gina Rodriguez grounds this fizzy film about becoming single, moving on, and turning 30.
Avengers: Endgame is the culmination of a new moviemaking concept disrupting cinema.
Released at last after decades of mishaps, the director’s latest film, The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, will fascinate his fans—but might frustrate more casual viewers.
After the death of FilmStruck, the Criterion Collection decided to finally launch a dedicated online hub for its impressive library of classic films.
Though it’s entering a crowded field, the new streaming service will be cheaper than Netflix and have an incomparable library of original film and TV.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss “Winterfell,” the first episode of Season 8.
The new reboot of Mike Mignola’s cult comic series is gory, juvenile, and completely unnecessary.
The latest film from the animation powerhouse Laika combines stunning sets and colorful characters with a winning message.
Long Day’s Journey Into Night is a gorgeous and impossible puzzle of a movie that could become a cult hit when it arrives in the United States.
The teen idol turned critical favorite and the French director discuss their new film and their creative symbiosis.
Jason Sudeikis returned to satirize the likely presidential candidate as a “tactile politician” who’s simply out of touch with current norms.
Claire Denis’s new sci-fi film, starring Robert Pattinson, is a nebulous and sometimes gory tale of love being stretched to its limits.
The new superhero movie is a rollicking, character-driven adventure that seems like it's actually geared toward families.
The studio now belongs to Disney. But for decades, it took big risks that paid off for cinema, making films such as Cleopatra, Alien, and Avatar.
On its 20th anniversary, the sci-fi classic is as dazzlingly original as ever—too much so for the risk-averse Hollywood of today.
The beloved pioneer of French New Wave cinema kept making evocative and challenging films up until her death at age 90.
Harmony Korine’s new film is an upbeat kind of Homeric journey starring a blissed-out, romper-wearing Matthew McConaughey.
With the latest Disney remake, the director embraces his newest misfit hero—and makes his best movie in years.