Bryan Singer’s latest chapter goes bigger and badder to mixed results.
An unnecessary sequel that mistakes an endless parade of setpieces for genuine whimsy.
A terrific documentary about an unbelievable huckster from a bygone era.
A visually appealing but formally flat experimental concert film.
Osgood Perkins’ unsettling film saves its disorienting story with a pervasive sense of unease.
On their sophomore effort, the Toronto punks are a ball of anger slowly gravitating toward something bigger.
Dum Dum Girls frontwoman steps out with a confident, dreamy new project.
Dustin Kensrue and Teppei Teranishi fail to reach their epic scope and settle for dramatic and monotonous.
Emo heroes’ latest makes the promise of a new day, and even the everyday, more alluring.
It’s hard to escape the feeling that the pop star’s ludicrous potential remains unfulfilled.
The veteran comedian returned home to tape his third Comedy Central Special.
Marcin Wrona welds history and horror for a beautiful possession parable.
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