Olivia Wilde’s wonderful film confronts the same anxieties as earlier teen classics while updating its worldview for the weary ranks of Generation Z.
Disney’s live-action remake of the 1992 animated classic is a special-effects-laden extravaganza that comes off as clumsy and half-hearted.
One of the year’s best films so far, Joanna Hogg’s semiautobiographical drama charts a young woman’s painful emergence into adulthood.
The third entry in the Keanu Reeves action saga, subtitled Parabellum, is a fun sequel that raises the stakes of its hero’s journey.
The actor-director known for making anti-Semitic remarks in the past is set to star in a movie with the provocative title Rothchild.
A new film by Kenneth Branagh is a textbook case of how portraitists of the bard spin a paucity of fact into fairy tale.
The remake of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels with Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson doesn’t do much with its new female leads—and what it does do, it does poorly.
A new movie about the beloved author overlooks interesting details of his life in favor of drawing obvious connections to his influences.
The noir-influenced kids’ adventure movie starring an electric yellow CGI mouse-monster shouldn’t even make sense. Somehow it’s delightful.
The brothers Anthony and Joe Russo discuss their unlikely journey to directing Marvel’s megahit Avengers: Endgame.
Dr. Ruth, the world’s most famous sex therapist—and at 90, the subject of a new documentary—has long harnessed the power of pop culture to tackle that most intimate of subjects.
Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile tries and fails to reckon with the legacy of a killer who shaped his own image.
The sports doctor was able to assault so many athletes for so long. Erin Lee Carr’s HBO documentary, At the Heart of Gold, explores the environment that protected him.
The new movie Long Shot, also starring Charlize Theron, thrives when it gets away from its tired premise.
After Boyz n the Hood was challenged on its portrayal of African American women, the late director created a character meant to better reflect their myriad experiences.
The film’s last moments may be polarizing audiences, but they fit Captain America’s journey perfectly.
The late filmmaker’s unconventional spelling was a stylistic choice that signified the forging of an anti-establishment identity in rap music.
The Boyz n the Hood director, who died Monday at 51, ushered in a renaissance of black film in the 1990s.
The film is a big-selling rebuke to the idea that traditional filmgoers are largely content to stay home these days.
Why Scarlett Johansson’s superhero can’t escape her origins from the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s early days