Brad Bird’s Incredibles 2 is, much like its predecessor, delightful as an animated feature but really, really delightful as a superhero picture.
Riseborough is a true chameleon actress who seems to change color from the inside.
The director does no editorializing in this gentle and graceful portrait of an undocumented Mexican immigrant.
Morgan Neville’s moving documentary is a wonderful breather from reality, from which you come back more conscious of the hate that runs the world.
The latest Jurassic movie plays like a strenuous imitation of Steven Spielberg instead of the real deal.
Writer-director Ari Aster’s debut film is brilliantly horrible — cruel to the point of invasiveness.
Including Annihilation, Black Panther, The Rider, and The Death of Stalin.
The Jackass star returns to his stunt-comedy roots to tell the story of a purposefully dangerous amusement park.
The movie asks, “What were they thinking?”
With the word abuse I fear I’ve already misrepresented director Jennifer Fox’s complex ambitions.
Maybe in the next Han Solo film, he’ll become the Bogart-like cynic we met at the start of this whole saga.
From The Phantom Menace to The Last Jedi.
This searching drama is the happy result of Paul Schrader’s entering the what-the-hell-let’s-go-for-it stage of his long and self-lacerating career.
Ryan Reynolds returns for a film that spits one-liners as mechanically as a tennis-ball launcher.
Anton Chekhov’s Arkadina is one of literature’s most narcissistic mothers — which is saying something — and yet Bening makes her damnably human.
The Margot Robbie vehicle is a genre unto itself: Crayola noir.
But Coralie Fargeat doesn’t linger on or eroticize the violence against her heroine — this isn’t torture porn.
Yes, the Ruth Bader Ginsburg doc is a hagiography, but it has its cheeky aspect.
The writer-director found his voice in his fifth feature, a high-strung teenage love story released in 1994 in France but not, until now, in the U.S.
Some people think it’s a hatchet job, others that it gives Rachel Dolezal’s commitment to social justice too much credence.
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