Disney+ gives the kid’s hockey-team comedy series the Cobra Kai treatment, to heartwarming and rewarding results.
Radu Jude’s latest is as unsubtle as it is gripping, a strange tryptich about sex, justice, and communal madness.
Natalie Morales directs herself and Mark Duplass in a tender look at the bonds we form to save ourselves in a hard world.
Dan Stevens stars as a seductive but malfunctioning robot companion in Maria Schrader’s refreshing, tender exploration of longing.
Ed Helms and Patti Harrison charm in Nikole Beckwith’s refreshing, pleasurable dramedy.
Cathy Yan’s debut feature already shows an assured and clever director’s eye.
Robin Wright makes her directorial debut in a tender & understated drama about a woman who isolates herself from the world after an unimaginable loss.
Tobias Lindholm’s dramatization of the hunt for journalist Kim Wall’s murderer is bleak and thoughtful television.
The Michael Greyeyes-starring Sundance debut announces Lyle Mitchell Corbine Jr. as an exciting new filmmaker.
Sam Levinson’s Malcolm & Marie has axes to grind about relationships and the role of criticism, but it wastes time whining.
We talk with the series co-creator, writer and director about finding the balance between darkness and comedy.
The dark comedy continues to be an excellent exploration of millennial ennui.
In the wake of the series finale, we look back on what made Viola Davis’ character so iconic.