The hit man faces off with his scariest foe yet: his own weariness.
Everything Everywhere All at Once got its fairy-tale ending.
In snapping back to faithfulness to the original video game, the show reminded us of its limits.
The satirical horror franchise is becoming as bloated as its source material.
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In a new Netflix special, the comedian finally let loose about Will Smith. The moment was fascinating, angry, and raw.
Michael B. Jordan’s directorial debut gives new energy to old sports-movie formulas.
Most true-story films are functional to a fault. These ones break the mold.
Elizabeth Banks has promised her viewers no more than a bear on drugs, and a bear on drugs is what they get.
Return to Seoul is a story of adoption and belonging that resists easy sentimentality.
No hero, it seems, is invulnerable to the franchise’s bleakest obsession yet: gobs and gobs of CGI.
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M. Night Shyamalan understands how to make a ludicrous horror concept work: Add in a healthy dose of tenderness.
But the gory, existential horror film can’t keep up with its own premise.
The competition is more genuinely surprising than it has been in years.
Why is this so hard for studios to believe?
The idiosyncratic horror film makes use of one of the scariest devices: a story with more questions than answers.
The HBO adaptation is well versed in the bleak clichés of the zombie genre, but it also offers something unexpected: empathy.
The zany horror film is as self-aware as the sentient android at its center.