From the first time we meet Baby Yoda to the final trek of the Razor Crest, we look back at the highs and lows of The Mandalorian’s first season.
Sam Mendes powers his leading ladies to metatextual heights in his first Bond outing.
Despite getting off on the wrong foot, Sam Mendes’s oft-forgotten dramedy remains a salient look at 2000s anxieties as often seen onscreen.
Sam Mendes’s tale of forlorn love works best as a study of the pitfalls that litter the American Dream.
The scandalous pre-Code melodrama The Story of Temple Drake and Wim Wenders’ sci-fi road movie Until the End of the World get the Criterion treatment.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker rises to a forceful $175.5 million opening weekend at the box office, but it falters compared to previous episodes.
Gillian Armstrong’s 1994 adaptation of the Louisa May Alcott novel is a perfect balm for the holidays.
Mike Nichols’ searing relationship drama uses words as weapons, and all four leads deploy them expertly. “Have you […]
We revisit the underappreciated humanism of James Cameron’s effects-driven blockbuster a decade after its release.
Sam Mendes’ Depresson-era gangster fable is as effective as it is in-your-face with its aesthetics.
Despite a weak year for sequels, audiences are willing to play another round with the Rock and friends.
From HBO (Chernobyl, Watchmen, Succession) to Netflix (Russian Doll, The Crown, Stranger Things) and beyond, we break down the best TV of the year.
From Ad Astra to Us, we celebrate the cream of the cinematic crop in 2019.
A tribute to one of the greatest icons in movie history.
Playmobil’s misguided animated feature follows in the footsteps of Delgo, The Oogieloves and other ill-fated kid’s flicks.
Sam Mendes’ Best Picture winner is a flawed but evocative time capsule of ’90s middle-age anxiety.
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.
Disney’s sequel enjoys another robust weekend, while the Rian Johnson whodunit clues moviegoers to the joys of original crowdpleasers.