With its first female writer-director at the helm, the 43-year-old franchise gets a nuanced update that was long overdue.
Disney’s attempt to revisit the kingdom of Arendelle does little more than embellish a story that already felt complete.
The Grand Prix–winning Atlantics, set to stream on Netflix later this month, deftly melds fantasy and romance in a complex portrait of migration.
The 1952 film exemplifies the key elements of a beloved Hollywood genre.
How Scott Z. Burns tackled his feature directorial debut, a gripping film about the inquiry into the CIA’s “enhanced interrogation” program
The director caught backlash for criticizing the reign of Marvel films—but he’s not wrong about the threat they pose to the future of movies.
The newly rebranded Best International Film award calls attention to how unfair the Academy’s rules are for filmmakers outside the U.S. and Europe.
In Noah Baumbach’s heartfelt divorce film, a couple’s conflicts stem from their inability to understand each other.
Mike Flanagan’s follow-up to The Shining strives to pay homage to Stanley Kubrick’s classic and remain faithful to Stephen King’s original novel.
Last Christmas is filled with the kind of sincerity—mixed with just the right amount of cynicism—that’s been missing from movie screens.
The follow-up to a beloved novel of gay romance continues André Aciman’s exploration of desire that tests convention: “It’s not a subject that has ever interested me, ethics,” the author says.
The Irishman ruminates on the stories and characters that have helped define the director’s career.
Edward Norton’s adaptation of the 1999 novel feels like a glassy diorama of a gumshoe thriller.
The late actor, who died at the age of 77, was best known for his singular ability to convey fatherly frustration with comedic flair.
Kasi Lemmons on the mythos of Harriet Tubman and why the director’s new film is like “12 Years a Slave meets Django Unchained meets Wonder Woman”
Last night, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences honored four artists whose cinematic achievements had been overlooked for decades.
Ira Sachs’s portrait of an actress and her family is beautiful in the moment, but too gentle to leave a lasting impression.
The latest reboot of the sci-fi series brings back Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor—a character the audience can care about.
Bong Joon-ho’s film depicts a class system in which the most profound harms result from the relationships of interdependence between rich and poor.
Robert Eggers’s new film, starring Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe, is an enthralling exploration of the mania of isolation.