Jennifer Kent’s latest film is an intriguing follow-up to The Babadook—a powerful tale of revenge, and a period piece unsoftened by genre trappings.
The Fast & Furious spin-off is a roaring macho-man fantasia that quickly sputters out.
The director’s new film smashed expectations during its opening weekend—the latest reminder that quality and originality can be a winning formula.
Jeff Goldblum gives an electrifying performance as a lobotomist traveling through 1950s America in Rick Alverson’s caustic new film.
Honeyland is both a personal tale about a lonely beekeeper in Macedonia and an epic with the aloof grandeur of Planet Earth.
An epic and melancholy hangout film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood stars Leonardo DiCaprio as a film star grappling with his looming irrelevance.
The studio’s upcoming slate of film and TV projects, announced over the weekend at Comic-Con, lays claim to its continued cultural ubiquity.
The satirical karate movie starring Jesse Eisenberg posits that these days, men do not have to dig deeply to find their inner brutes.
The company is seeing a dip in its American growth for the first time since 2011. What does that mean for the streaming service?
The details of the newly announced mega-service are murky, but it has one huge advantage over Netflix: the streaming rights to Friends.
Kumail Nanjiani and Dave Bautista are a lovable odd couple in Stuber, an old-school buddy comedy made for 2019.
The comedian and rapper shines in Lulu Wang’s new film about a young woman who has to hide a painful truth from her dying grandmother.
A final twist reveals the film’s true villain—and offers a layered critique of the systems that bring superheroes to the screen.
“It’s folk horror, but it’s being given to you with the trajectory of a high-school comedy.”
Ari Aster’s follow-up to his wrenching debut renders the mundane gloom of a breakup as a Technicolor thriller.
The latest entry in Marvel’s Spidey franchise has a welcome bizarre streak, thanks to a perfectly cast new caped crusader.
Danny Boyle’s speculative film about a world without the Beatles has flashes of charm, but suffers from a forced, uneven script.
While the streaming service has taken over cinema, it’s important not to overstate the company’s virtues or downplay its vulnerabilities.
The Appalachia-set drama wastes an excellent cast on a superficial story about a snake-obsessed church.
The actor Jessie Buckley gives an electrifying performance as a struggling Glasgow mom who dreams of being a Nashville star.