Robin Campillo’s award-winning drama follows the AIDS-activism group ACT UP Paris in the early 1990s.
The director is blaming the critical aggregator for dooming more complex films, but the deeper problem is studio neglect.
Harvey Weinstein’s film studio is already disintegrating, as the public image the disgraced producer crafted for himself crumbles.
The actor shines as the perfectly bedraggled protagonist of The Meyerowitz Stories, Noah Baumbach’s new Netflix film.
Angela Robinson’s film follows the man who created the beloved comic-book hero and the fascinating partners he shared his life with.
The film wrestles with ideas of artificial consciousness in exciting new ways while still paying homage to Ridley Scott’s classic.
HBO’s new documentary on the legendary filmmaker does a good job recapping his many successes—but largely skirts over some of his most interesting movies.
The streaming industry is reinventing itself yet again, and now Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu are part of the old guard.
Sean Baker’s follow-up to Tangerine includes career-best work from Willem Dafoe and a breakout performance by 7-year-old Brooklynn Prince.
The Daily Show correspondent’s new nightly show is trying to parody InfoWars, but comes off as more of a watered-down Colbert Report.
The legendary French filmmaker collaborated with the photographer JR to create a wonderful documentary about communities, memory, and her own history.
The 27-year-old console has been revived, in miniaturized form, to great nostalgic success—and it offers a reminder of the building blocks of video-game storytelling.
Tom Cruise plays Barry Seal, a drug smuggler who worked for the CIA, in Doug Liman’s surprisingly caustic true-story film.
Chris Redd, Heidi Gardner, and Luke Null are joining the show ahead of its 43rd season premiere this weekend.
Liam Neeson stars as the FBI official who was later revealed as “Deep Throat” in Peter Landesman’s methodical drama.
The franchise’s first new series in 12 years is a radical departure, with an emphasis on heavy serialization and heated conflict.
Jake Gyllenhaal plays Jeff Bauman, who lost his legs in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, in this surprisingly excellent inspirational drama.
Emma Stone and Steve Carell star as Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs, who faced off in a famed 1973 tennis match with surprising resonance for today.
Some of the biggest hits—and one notable flop—at the Toronto International Film Festival played as blunt allegories for the current political moment.
Delving into the plot, allegories, and shocking ending of one of the most surprising Hollywood releases of the year