There is at least an hour of grand finale-ing.
Including a Paul Rudd spy movie, an Elle Fanning–Peter Dinklage sci-fi, and Paul Dano’s directorial debut.
The Studio Ghibli successor has big shoes to fill — and a long shadow to escape.
The Liam Neeson action vehicle takes its mundane setting to heart, and is all the better for it.
Never are you going to see the likes of Sally Hawkins, Jim Broadbent, and Hugh Grant having this much earnest fun.
A needlessly in-depth investigation.
For a sequel to a horror prequel, Insidious: The Last Key sure feels like it’s making it up as it goes along.
Beloved directors return! The MCU builds to a climax! Plus, your new friends Saoirse Ronan, Tessa Thompson, and Margot Robbie will be there!
“I just felt sick.”
God bless the teenager who introduced Haneke to social media.
It’s kind of cool in a three-bong-hits-in way.
Musicals are inherently fake — they can be ecstatically, transcendentally fake — but this is a whole other level of disingenuousness.
Hong Chau is a stand-out in Alexander Payne’s willfully weird economic parable.
The a cappella comedy trilogy goes out with exploding yachts, daddy issues, and DJ Khaled.
Worth it for Gillian Anderson’s wig alone.
Christian Bale and Rosamund Pike star in this slog, which still doesn’t do right by its native characters.
In Snowy Bing Bongs, the Cocoon Central Dance Team finds joy in doing the most.
From Jar Jar to Sebulba.
Including Lady Bird, Princess Cyd, and Spettacolo.
Jennifer Garner gets her own Big Little Lies as a miserable L.A. County housewife.
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