With a sharp sense of humor, a touching story, and strong central performers, ‘Here Today’ is both entertaining and moving.
Smart, funny, and sure to entertain, the story of ‘Georgetown’ translates expertly to the screen via the impressive directorial debut of Christoph Waltz.
Bo Burnham’s latest offering, ‘Inside,’ is as tense as it is funny — and absolutely brilliant for it.
For so engaging a subject, “Halston” commits an unforgivable sin: It bores.
Michael B. Jordan offers a throwback mash-up of “Mission: Impossible,” “24,” and “Jason Bourne,” but adds little to standard spy-action tropes.
In a market oversaturated with comic book adaptations, ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. the World’ truly stands apart. Now is the perfect time to check it out or revisit.
Remixing sci-fi tropes about robot domination, a new flick from the guys behind ‘The Lego Movie’ implores us to prize family relationships over technology.
“Promising Young Woman” effectively conveys the moral mess created by the Wild Wild West of the smartphone’s earliest introduction to society.
As we wait for theaters to open up again and studios to stop dragging their feet, ‘Coming 2 America’ is a passable distraction.
‘Wild Mountain Thyme’ doesn’t try to dissuade us from the sense of madness we feel; instead, it says ‘We’re all a little delusional, didn’t you know?’
Director Lee Isaac Chung and co-star Yuh-Jung Youn discuss ‘Minari,’ a drama that shows the importance of family ties and faith in the American experience.
The storyline and issues ‘To All the Boys: Always and Forever’ touches on maintains its universal appeal for people from all cultural backgrounds.
Whether you’re seeking catharsis for a Valentine’s Day spent single or merely wish to offset the overwhelming atmosphere of the day, these ten movies are an ideal antithesis to the saccharine.
David Fincher’s new film following Herman ‘Mank’ Mankiewicz as he writes the screenplay of ‘Citizen Kane’ is a stunning piece of cinema and a must-watch for anyone who loves old movies.
More than 30 cartoon features are slated to release in 2021. Here’s a rundown of this generation’s animated comedies that still hold up after many viewings.
‘Run Hide Fight’ is hardly Republican propaganda. It’s also hardly the best movie you’ll see this year. But it’s a serious piece of cinema.
Strong performances and character development balance out the soapy sex and romance nicely, creating a thoroughly bingeable and enjoyable series.
The vision of ‘Inside Out’ and ‘Monsters, Inc.’ director Pete Docter, ‘Soul’ is a sometimes sublime, somewhat flawed entry into the noble Pixar canon.
Christopher Nolan’s ‘Tenet’ offers a cautionary reminder: when ‘saving the future,’ we must be careful not to lose our humanity in the process.
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