Sofia Coppola’s new film deploys stars Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell perfectly in a Civil War-era battle of wits.
Kumail Nanjiani has transmuted a remarkable true story into a warm, big-hearted summer film that deserves to be a blockbuster.
The tech giant just hired two industry heavy-hitters as it tries to move into a realm occupied by Netflix and Amazon: scripted television.
Twenty years ago, the George Clooney-starring comic-book sequel flopped with critics and audiences—and set Hollywood heroes on a new path.
Seven hours into David Lynch’s much discussed TV revival, its overarching story is coming into focus.
Sally Hawkins stars as Maud Lewis, the Canadian folk artist, with Ethan Hawke as her hard-scrabble fisherman husband.
Colin Trevorrow’s follow-up to Jurassic World might be the newest so-bad-it’s-good anti-masterpiece.
Hollywood’s dispiriting trend of using multi-film sagas to attract audiences reaches hubristic heights with Universal’s “Dark Universe.”
John Mulaney and Nick Kroll’s Broadway revue about two embittered, aging Manhattanites has found an even bigger stage.
The Daily Show correspondent aired his first special ahead of a nightly show coming later this year. But can he stand out in a crowded field?
Trey Edward Shults’s assured film follows a family trying to survive in a world ravaged by a mysterious disease.
Tom Cruise’s new starring vehicle sees the actor straining to have fun as he tries to set up an unnecessary new franchise.
All the superheroes, indie hits, and auteur capers to look forward to over the next three months.
Unlike Zack Snyder’s contrarian takes on Superman and Batman, Patty Jenkins’s film embraced its character’s heroism.
The show’s co-creator discusses the writing of the third season, its relationship with religion, and the Wizard of Oz.
Zoe Lister-Jones’s debut film, about a couple trying to salvage their relationship by turning their fights into songs, is too harrowing for its own good.
A Criterion Collection re-release of the 2001 classic of teen disaffection feels dated in all the best ways.
With her days of shocking punchlines behind her, the stand-up comedian has come out with an assured new Netflix special.
Facing reported financial problems and allegations of abuse, the once-bankable star now seems stuck in franchise hell with no obvious exit.
Based on Michael Hastings’s book about General Stanley McChrystal, the Brad Pitt-starring film wavers between dark comedy and bleak drama.