Ireland’s good-natured paranormal rom-com is uneven in spots but makes up for it with charm & wit.
Spike Lee’s third film is a caustic, exuberant exploration of the politics of race in the ’80s, from colorism to the effectiveness of activism.
With Pixar having one of their lowest openings yet, the box office experienced one of the worst weekends for this time of year in over a decade.
Viewers expecting the season finale to have an exciting climax will be disappointed, as characters and grim reality drive the ending.
Spike Lee’s 1986 debut is a bold, if shaggy, milestone for the history of Black cinema.
Amazon’s adaptation of the Roberto Saviano novel is far too passive and jumbled to capture your interest.
The much-memed movie star finds his footing again in a familiar but satisfying redemption story.
The writer/director sits down to talk about indie filmmaking, the importance of Asian-American voices, and putting her life story on film.
Apple TV+’s reboot of the Spielberg-created anthology series gets off to a lackluster start.
An episode focusing on the difficulties of conception highlights some of the show’s best qualities.
An interstitial episode finally bridges Picard and Soji’s stories, thanks to the welcome return of some old friends.
FX’s true crime documentary examines one man’s obsessive search for the truth about his birth father.
Ricky Tollman’s directorial debut has great ingredients, but they add up to a terrible stew.
Jason Segel gives us an energetic journey with compelling characters to balance a campy premise.
A touching, sensitive documentary traces actor Mark Patton’s journey from horror icon to self-imposed obscurity and back again.
For the month of March, we look back at the vibrant, confrontational, incisive work of one of American filmmaking’s most iconic figures.
David Chang’s look at the social, cultural, and financial sides of food goes down easily, even if it might be salty for some.
A $29 million take spells success for the low-budget Universal horror film, proof that the Blumhouse model works.