Melissa McCarthy, Tiffany Haddish, and Elisabeth Moss can’t quite spice up the underdone intrigue of this ’70s-set comic book adaptation.
A late-summer adaptation of the Alvin Schwartz stories turns out to be one of the year’s biggest surprises in horror.
Michael Barnett’s doc is an inspiring, eye-opening look at the complicated, often painful world of transgender high school athletes.
Haley Joel Osment’s gripping performance elevated M. Night Shyamalan’s second feature to a horror masterpiece.
Michael Winterbottom’s loving tribute to the Manchester music scene still maintains its quirky-cool vibe.
Nickelodeon’s teenage live-action reboot of the beloved children’s show brings a strong central performance and oodles of adventure.
Jennifer Kent’s unsparing revenge drama is a grueling but powerful lesson in history repeating itself.
Sameh Zoabi’s politically-charged satire of Palestinian soap operas works better as farce than social polemic.
Despite its stellar cast, including Kaitlyn Dever and Olivia Colman, this indie cult drama slithers away from itself a bit too often.
The latest adaptation of a Roberto Saviano novel is a familiar, but inventive crime drama.
Avi Belkin’s split-screen view of the firebrand 60 Minutes reporter offered a flawed, but empathetic picture of one of journalism’s last great titans.
Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham team up in a spinoff that delivers plenty of action, even if its humor stalls.
The David Crosby-centric doc proves most effective when it embraces the rock-infused messiness of the man’s life and career.
The otherwise-spotty Hateful Eight still contains one of Tarantino’s greatest sequences.
While “The Lion King” dropped like Mufasa off a cliff in its second weekend, “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” kicked off Tarantino’s biggest opening.
Julius Onah directs a provocative psychological drama about an adopted teen struggling with societal expectations.
Fifteen years later, the spectacular failure of Catwoman still stings.
Quibbles about violence and the n-word aside, Quentin Tarantino’s slave-era blaxploitation film remains one of his most exciting works.