Matthew Vaughn’s spy sequel is too long, too self-aware, and way too messy.
Articles by Clint Worthington
L.A. Confidential remains one of the most potent and compelling crime thrillers of the 1990s.
A harrowing true-life account of procedural injustice, slightly diminished by its lack of scope.
\A lazily assembled, thematically ugly stab at a buddy action film that misses nearly every mark.
Matt Spicer’s fanged L.A. satire shines for its performances, even as it aims for easy targets.
A look back at the long and varied history of songs paying tribute to people, places, and things.
An appealing look at the world of film music composition and a host of its top names.
Shocker: Universal is more concerned with building a franchise than an actual film.
The new-millennium update doesn’t land its big laughs or its stabs at ’90s nostalgia.
A portrait of the controversial political strategist that stops short of real interrogation.
Doug Liman’s intimate, small-cast military drama mostly hits its politically fraught marks.
From A New Hope to Ewoks to The Phantom Menace to Rogue One…