Lee Isaac Chung’s Sundance winner is a well-intentioned and sweet family drama that can’t help but feel incomplete.
Sofia Coppola’s latest is a wry, disarming look at our need for love and the willful ignorance it leads to.
Kelly Reichardt’s latest is a kindhearted storybook of a film that gracefully balances the sights, sounds, and textures of pre-Gold Rush Oregon.
Janicza Bravo’s retelling of the 2015 viral Twitter thread boasts great performances and surprisingly solid filmmaking, even if it ends on a shrug.
The Safdie brothers continue their streak of blending pastiche with mind-cracking abandon while Adam Sandler gives it his all.
Peter Strickland’s frigid, Freudian fever dream looks at fetishism and consumerism with a killer sense of style.
Trey Edward Shults trots out every filmmaking trick in the book to spruce up an overly-novelistic family drama.
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The Disney sequel gets a modest #1 spot, while Zombieland: Double Tap scares up a respectable opening weekend.
Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe crash upon the ramparts of Robert Eggers’ disquieting followup to The Witch.
Daniel Scheinert scales back from his usual absurdist work for an ambitious medley of tones that doesn’t quite land.
The Seth Rogen-produced kiddie-raunch comedy starts strong, in an August that’s been largely underwhelming for the box office.
The latest Fast & Furious movie maintains a modest hold on the box office this weekend, while newcomer Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark makes a big splash for late-summer horror flicks.
Hobbs & Shaw raced into theaters last weekend and racked up a respectable box office showing, while The Farewell continued its upward trajectory.
Pippa Bianco dives headfirst into the complexities of life after sexual assault in a smartphone-heavy world.
Disney’s latest live-action remake ruled the kingdom, and other kid-friendly fare made a solid showing.
Marvel’s web-crawler predictably holds the box office, while The Farewell puts up a respectable showing for an A24 dramedy.
Culture clash and end-of-life issues collide in Lulu Wang’s scintillatingly heartfelt drama “based on an actual lie.”