Like the chorus of a latter-day Taylor Swift song, it will lift you up, goddammit, and good luck trying to stop it.
Zoey Deutch stars in Max Winkler’s contrived depiction of teens on a mission to get revenge.
Four takeaways — one of them spoiler-y — from the SXSW premiere of Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of Ernest Cline’s gaming fantasy.
It’s a surprising high point in Oyelowo’s already distinguished career, and a not-at-all shabby debut for director Nash Edgerton.
The monotonous, would-be edgy teen murder movie is proof that sociopaths make for pretty boring protagonists.
The show’s producers finally understood the value of letting women present together, women who — gasp — actually like each other in real life.
We break down Masaaki Yuasa’s best work, including Mind Game and The Tatami Galaxy.
What in the Shimmer is going on at the end of the film?
The Jason Bateman–starring comedy is better than it needs to be, thanks to sharp setups and a few great performances.
Alex Garland’s searingly personal variation on Jeff VanderMeer’s novel has structure issues, but the ending knocks it out of the park.
If you haven’t already bought your Jimmy Ma stock, now is the time.
Toni Erdmann director Maren Ade produced Valeska Grisebach’s culture-clash drama.
The tragic romantic comedy is another low point on a promising actor’s résumé.
François Ozon gives you twin sex, pegging, and an opening shot not likely to be forgotten.
Peter Rabbit arms Beatrix Potter’s beloved character with electrocution, explosives, and that damn Portugal the Man song.
It turns out the darkest shade all along was … money.
Alex Ross Perry’s thoughtful domestic drama stars Jason Schwartzman, Chloë Sevigny, and Emily Browning.
The Chilean awards contender is a little too chilly for its own good.
The best performances, the creepiest noises, and the tiniest horses out of this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
Danes and Parsons star as parents of a non-gender-normative 5-year-old in Silas Howard’s drama.
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