After a handful of missteps, Gus Van Sant regained his footing with a solid—if fittingly flawed—indie.
Ryan Coogler’s superhero film not only salvages the colonialist origins of the comic’s imagery, it reclaims them for a Black audience.
A look at three unforgettable portrayals of love & heartbreak to suit all your tearjerker needs.
From Bound to Sideways to Romy and Michelle, this year’s Ebertfest was a celebration of the weird, eclectic, and fantastic films Roger Ebert loved.
Vibrantly shot & action packed, the fourth film in the popular Hong Kong martial arts franchise continues to deliver thrills.
While the macabre stop-motion animation of this animated anthology is sweet, its approach to colonialism leaves a bitter taste in the mouth.
Documentary filmmaker Penny Lane sits down with us to talk about her latest, THE PAIN OF OTHERS.
Seth MacFarlane’s space opera/workplace comedy The Orville kicks off a second season with a sedate premiere about the characters’ dating lives.
Netflix’s dystopian horror has Sandra Bullock fleeing a horror that will kill you if you see it.
Bob Zemeckis plays with his favorite CG toys – and Steve Carell.
The latest DCEU movie makes waves, but succumbs to the undertow of the series’ previous mistakes.
Christian Bale transforms into Dick Cheney in Adam McKay’s deeply angry essay film.
The spooky Netflix series returns for a fun, but inessential holiday special.
Barry Jenkins’ sensitive, lyrical adaptation of James Baldwin’s novel is one of the year’s best, most tragic romances.
Disney offers a rousing, delightful update to the children’s film classic.
Danielle MacDonald charms in Netflix’s pageant dramedy.
Cameron Yates’ foodie doc about a budding teen chef is a riveting look at how ambition knows no […]
While it won’t win any awards for historical accuracy, Josie Rourke’s royal drama shines thanks to some gorgeous […]