The director of the Sundance favorite discusses her coming-of-age tale Hala.
The cult-hit space opera heads to Amazon for a bigger budget, wider scope, and renewed sense of purpose.
Memory and history collide in a startling episode that offers yet more interrogation of the show’s source material.
As his WWI war epic 1917 comes out in time for the holidays, we spend December looking back on the eclectic modes of Sam Mendes.
Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of the Louisa May Alcott book is sensitive, challenging, and earnestly engages with the source material.
Six episodes in, the show does its deepest, most formally daring look at historical prejudice, policing and American mythology.
Tom Hanks fills the loafers of childhood’s kindest saint in Marielle Heller’s case study of Mr. Rogers’ impact.
This sequel to the 2013 animated hit delivers on the songs and some lovely messaging, but essentially delivers more of the same.
Watchmen explores the cyclical nature of trauma in an episode that serves as a haunting showcase for Tim Blake Nelson.
Disney+’s live-action Star Wars series shakes off its fan-film cobwebs and shows glimmers of space Western intrigue.
Legacy and memory rise to the forefront of an intriguing Watchmen concerned even more directly with the shadows of the past.
The stars of Roland Emmerich’s epic war film sit down to talk about research, gum, and the Greatest Generation.
This month, we go off the beaten path and ask contributors to write about films they’re thankful they got to experience for one reason or another.
Roland Emmerich’s dull, misguided World War II epic tries to mask its Pacific-sized flaws in the cloak of patriotism.
Mike Flanagan’s latest is equal parts Stephen King adaptation and Stanley Kubrick sequel, and can’t quite bridge the gap.
An old character from the comics arrives reinvented, as we see the other half of the story thus […]
The star of “Leave No Trace” and “Jojo Rabbit” sits down to talk about her career, her latest role, and finding humanity in inhumane times.
From Jed Bartlet to CJ Cregg to Losh Lyman, we elect one of Aaron Sorkin’s quick-witted White House wonks from The West Wing to our Hall of Faces.