Netflix’s single-room stage play adaptation fails as an “important” look at race relations.
Adam Driver delivers another powerful performance in Scott Z. Burns’ drama about C.I.A. torture in the Middle East.
Remembering when Tom Cruise defied audience expectations in a campy, sumptuous adaptation of Anne Rice’s vampire soap opera.
We look back on the anarchic joys of Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life, and how it shaped the comic sensibilities of a generation.
Roland Emmerich’s dull, misguided World War II epic tries to mask its Pacific-sized flaws in the cloak of patriotism.
Shia LaBeouf puts elements of his own life into a tender script that struggles from detached direction.
Mike Flanagan’s latest is equal parts Stephen King adaptation and Stanley Kubrick sequel, and can’t quite bridge the gap.
Jeremy Renner moves from failed app to failed kid’s movie in this half-hearted CG kid’s flick.
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.
Martin Scorsese turned his camera to the grotesque excesses of the ultra-rich in The Wolf of Wall Street.
Martin Scorsese shone a light on The Rolling Stones for this rollicking concert film, two cultural titans at the top of their game.
Martin Scorsese followed up The Departed with Shutter Island, a claustrophobic psychological thriller about the madness of loss.
Judgment Day creeps up on us once again as old and new characters join forces to fight the future.
Netflix’s art house take on Shakespeare’s Henry plays features an all-star cast & a sumptuous production.
Scorsese recovered from the brutal conditions of Gangs of New York with an intimate, tragic portrait of the foibles of genius.
Martin Scorsese’s hip, vibrant concert film The Last Waltz captures the ephemerality of The Band and its influence on the rock ‘n roll stage.
Martin Scorsese’s 2002 historical drama is big, brassy and full of great performances, but its runtime and tone leave it unfocused.
On the thirty-fifth anniversary of the film’s release, we look back at James Cameron’s most melancholy blockbuster.