Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen elevate an otherwise warmed-over thriller as two people wrapped up in a late-life romance gone terribly wrong.
Disney+’s live-action Star Wars series shakes off its fan-film cobwebs and shows glimmers of space Western intrigue.
Disney+ revives its flagship tween-friendly musical series for a baffling, cynical mockumentary.
Elizabeth Banks revives the girl-power action franchise with new blood and a solid if formulaic actioner.
The Stephen King sequel checks out with a disappointing opener, but Roland Emmerich’s WWII epic flies high.
Lyra discovers Mrs. Coulter’s dark side in an occasionally overstuffed second episode.
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.
Legacy and memory rise to the forefront of an intriguing Watchmen concerned even more directly with the shadows of the past.
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.
The stars of Roland Emmerich’s epic war film sit down to talk about research, gum, and the Greatest Generation.
This month, we go off the beaten path and ask contributors to write about films they’re thankful they got to experience for one reason or another.
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.
HBO & the BBC’s lavish adaptation of Philip Pullman’s fantasy series is off to a fine, visually stunning start.
There is no fate but what we make, and Dark Fate‘s middling box office returns paint a grim […]