The glut of new films, marking the 25th anniversary of the unrest, are imperfect but panoramic portrayals of the events that shook the city and the nation.
James Ponsoldt’s new film, based on a novel by Dave Eggers, sees Emma Watson join a Facebook-like company with sinister intentions.
The Oscar-winning director died at the age of 73, leaving behind a legacy of eclectic, deeply humane filmmaking.
Netflix’s new documentary takes a look at the infamous 1996 murder case through the eyes of actors trying to audition for a fictional film about it.
The third movie in the comedian’s contract with Netflix might just be part of a revolution in the movie-star system.
The HBO film, based on the book by Rebecca Skloot and starring Oprah Winfrey, centers on the family of the woman whose cancer cells revolutionized medical science.
Terence Davies’s new film essays the reclusive, and sometimes frustrating, life of the poet Emily Dickinson, played by Cynthia Nixon.
The female-stalker movie starring Rosario Dawson and Katherine Heigl is just going through the motions.
Ben Wheatley’s new film is a 90-minute shoot-out in an empty warehouse, and it’s exactly as interesting as that sounds.
Every sequel in the long-running franchise has added more stars and crazier set-pieces. But can it last forever?
The first teaser for Episode VIII is finally here.
James Gray’s exploration of the Amazon at the turn of the 20th century is the best work of his career.
The 2001 cult film is a surprisingly ideal movie for the Christian time of reflection leading up to Easter Sunday.
The latest in Vin Diesel’s long-running franchise is a fun ride, but the rust is starting to show.
The MTV Movie & TV Awards will no longer hand out separate trophies for best male and female performers. Will bigger ceremonies follow suit?
When the film debuted 15 years ago, it taught me that shaping a hybrid identity could be a beautiful, inventive, and at times lonely experience.
Makoto Shinkai’s animated film, newly released in North America, is a magical and ultimately optimistic coming-of-age story that taps into the country’s unique anxieties.
The Japanese director Makoto Shinkai’s breathtaking film, which focuses on a boy and girl who switch bodies, is one of the best teen movies in years.
Anne Hathaway stars in a bizarre, allegorical tale about both a giant lizard ravaging Seoul … and a woman trying to put her life back together.
Netflix’s new three-part documentary series celebrates and analyzes the efforts of major Hollywood directors who depicted World War II.