Valerie Armstrong’s sitcom is a dark, feminist twist on the sort of TV fare that’s oversaturated the airwaves.
Mark Raso’s new Netflix thriller takes a decent setup only to drag it through absurd, underdeveloped set pieces.
Jon M. Chu’s adaptation of the Lin-Manuel Miranda musical has choice moments and a solid cast but is far too messy to work.
Caleb Michael Johnson’s first feature juggles iconography, domestic drama, and surrealism to modest success.
Danielle Lessovitz’s debut fails to probe its themes, marginalizing the community it aims to highlight in the process.
The long-running sitcom gets the reunion treatment with a messy mix of interviews, Q&As, and guest appearances.
The obligatory reinvention of the Disney villain juggles its plots and characters alongside typically solid work from Emma Stone.
Mohammad Rasoulof’s anthology is a provocative look at capital punishment in Iran, even if it’s drawn out for […]
Alexandre Aja’s latest thriller blends a stellar solo performance with palpable tension to set itself from the pack.
The variety of creative voices in FX’s new docuseries lifts up what can be an inconsistent jaunt through 70 years of LGBTQ history.
Alex Gibney’s two-part documentary, The Crime of the Century, lays out a compelling case that the opioid epidemic was no accident.
Netflix’s sickly-sweet teen rom-com series finally reaches the limits of its charm offensive with an overlong, stakes-less conclusion.
Olivia Cooke and Jack O’Connell shine in a melodramatic, but immersive romantic tragedy that mimics the isolation and loss of our current moment.
The latest from NYC-based filmmaker Ben Hozie is a taut drama about sex, money, and the Internet.
Nick Bilton’s documentary-slash-zoomer ethnography investigates whether you can game your way to social media fame.
The gimmick to Kevin Macdonald’s worldwide snapshot of 24 hours has lost its novelty this deep into the social media age.
Marilyn Agrelo’s documentary soaks you in the warm bath of nostalgia for Jim Henson’s long-running Muppet masterpiece.
Ninja Thyberg’s tale of a woman’s attempt to make it in the adult film industry is a feature debut that doesn’t pull any punches.