The loopy and meta Happy Death Day 2U follows in the footsteps of its 2017 predecessor by being a surprisingly subversive work of horror.
If you can get past the massive eyes of its robot heroine, Robert Rodriguez’s new action epic is a lot of dizzying, postapocalyptic fun.
The director discusses his newest film, High Flying Bird, the allure of Netflix, and why his version of the Oscars wouldn’t be televised.
Despite renewed allegations of sexual misconduct and unprofessional on-set behavior, the Bohemian Rhapsody filmmaker was slated to direct a new movie—that now appears to have fallen through.
Steven Soderbergh’s High Flying Bird, which is shot entirely on iPhones, tells a fascinating story about upending the business of professional basketball.
The star’s new revenge thriller presents its pulpy violence with a degree of introspection that’s unusual for the genre.
While not quite a masterpiece like the original, this delightfully chaotic follow-up pokes fun at the kinds of big-budget action movies and brooding-hero roles its star has embraced.
The Academy has shown its willingness to diminish its stature as an institution that honors filmmaking in order to reach more viewers.
The director of Nightcrawler reunites with Jake Gyllenhaal and Rene Russo for a gleefully gory parody of the fine-art world.
Several promising festival films—in genres that major studios tend to ignore—are getting snatched up by the likes of Amazon and Apple.
“In the War on Terror, we slipped,” said Daniel J. Jones, whose inquiry into the CIA’s “enhanced interrogation” program is the subject of a powerful new film.
First impressions of some of the festival’s buzziest films so far, including The Farewell, The Report, Late Night, and more
Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway star in this baffling tale involving a giant tuna, a murder plot, and a twist that’s literally too silly to imagine.
Joe Cornish’s fantasy-adventure film is a delightful, modern take on the popular “chosen one” narratives that have long dominated storytelling.
Roma and The Favourite tied for the most nods in a year when a clear Best Picture front-runner never quite emerged.
Independent cinema’s biggest event starts this week in Utah, kicking off the 2019 movie season.
A delightful “Weekend Update” appearance from John Mulaney and Pete Davidson gave a jolt of energy to an otherwise uninspired episode.
Two new documentaries—Netflix’s Fyre and Hulu’s Fyre Fraud—investigate the origins of a nightmarish event that went viral in 2017.
Mimi Leder, best known as one of the great TV directors, talks about her new Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic and why it took so long to return to the big screen.
The streaming service’s surprise hit connected with audiences despite middling reviews and a glut of Christmas content to compete with.