The Oscar-winning 12 Years a Slave director has made an intelligent, crowd-pleasing heist film with a powerhouse ensemble led by Viola Davis.
Though its “chapters” are individually compelling, the Coen brothers’ Western anthology film is an ungainly whole.
Prior to the recent boom in movies about queer kids, their struggles played out in boundary-pushing indie films and entertaining sidekick roles.
Lee Chang-dong’s new film paints a deft and intimate portrait of a young generation beset by economic desperation.
The writer and critic has found a cult following with her podcast, You Must Remember This, unpacking the myths to show age-old stories and stars in a new light.
For years, deadly terrorist strikes in France were widely treated as isolated incidents. That changed forever in 2015.
The Harry Potter author is pouring a wealth of ideas about her wizarding world into a mold that doesn’t have the space for it.
The 1988 film introduced an iconic villain in Chucky—just one of many living toys that have haunted cinema for decades.
David Mackenzie’s new Netflix film about Scotland’s independence fight trades the romance of battlefield glory for the grimy truth of medieval warfare.
Hugh Jackman stars as Senator Gary Hart of Colorado in Jason Reitman’s entertaining but glancing biopic.
The film adaptation of The Girl in the Spider’s Web could double as a James Bond movie—which is an odd match for its heroine.
The company will release three upcoming movies in cinemas before they debut online—a major reversal as the studio seeks Oscar glory.
Joel Edgerton’s new film adapts a coming-of-age memoir and stars Lucas Hedges, Nicole Kidman, and Russell Crowe.
More than 40 years after the director ended photography on it, The Other Side of the Wind is seeing the light of day.
Rami Malek stars as Freddie Mercury in a film that falls into every cliché of the “great musician” genre.
The art-movie streaming service will be shutting down in November—the latest cut from WarnerMedia following its acquisition by AT&T.
Lee Chang-dong has adapted a Haruki Murakami short story into an utterly captivating epic about men who simmer with anxiety, resentment, and creative desire.
Doug Liman was already reediting Fair Game—his 2010 political drama about the Scooter Libby leak—before the president’s pardon of the former Bush White House official this year.
In adapting Dario Argento’s 1977 classic, Luca Guadagnino has created something entirely different and undeniably challenging.
The mega-producer Jason Blum’s comments about female directors being uninterested in the genre point to a bigger issue facing Hollywood.