Mimi Leder, best known as one of the great TV directors, talks about her new Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic and why it took so long to return to the big screen.
The streaming service’s surprise hit connected with audiences despite middling reviews and a glut of Christmas content to compete with.
Peter Farrelly’s film has taken over 2019’s awards season despite mounting controversies, critical disinterest, and mediocre ticket sales.
The latest from the director is a singularly strange and meta sequel that’s bound to infuriate all but his most devoted fans.
The author is best known for arguing that emotional connection could help heal America’s racial divides. But his 1974 novel If Beale Street Could Talk focused instead on the bonds that held black people together.
The upset Golden Globes victory of one music drama over another hints at which is the more comforting retelling of the same rock-and-roll narrative.
Captain Marvel, The Lion King, Joker, Little Women, plus the usual slew of sequels (and some exciting original projects)
The presumed awards-season front-runner, A Star Is Born, failed to win big, while Green Book and Bohemian Rhapsody took home the top trophies.
The ceremony’s co-host, who also picked up a trophy, embodied the best of the evening: warmth, sincerity, and a willingness to recognize the many contributions made by creators of color.
Based on the memoir of a literary forger, the film sets up a poignant argument about what it takes to be an artist—only to upend that idea in its final scenes.
The 21st century’s answer to the 20th-century classic updates its story for a time that is uneasy with simple solutions.
The acclaimed director Karyn Kusama discusses her new film, working with Nicole Kidman, and emerging from “movie jail.”
The documentary Piripkura explores the resolve of indigenous people who persist in the forests of Brazil despite shifting circumstance.
From Lauryn Hill to Cameron Post to Tara Westover, 2018 repeatedly asked the question, What does it mean to teach a person to surrender?
The Atlantic looks back on the key film moments of 2018, this time a highly metaphorical unbroken shot in Steve McQueen’s heist thriller.
The Atlantic looks back on the key film moments of 2018, this time a strange, possibly imaginary confession in Lee Chang-dong’s woozy thriller.
The Atlantic looks back on the key film moments of 2018, this time a spontaneous bit of songwriting in Bradley Cooper’s romantic musical drama.
The Atlantic looks back on the key film moments of 2018, this time a satisfying rug-pull from Christopher McQuarrie’s latest entry in the long-running spy franchise.
The actor, accused of misconduct by more than 30 men, may believe that talent and fame can save him from public disgrace. It’s not a crazy notion.
The Atlantic looks back on the key film moments of 2018, this time a wrenching interview with a survivalist war veteran in Debra Granik’s drama.