David Robert Mitchell’s stoner-noir fever dream has a lot of style but less in the way of weight.
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Alex Ross Perry and Elisabeth Moss’ latest collaboration is a searing look at personal and artistic struggle.
The second onscreen adaptation of King’s novel roots itself in a more personal kind of horror.
Harmony Korine’s exploration of Florida slacker life comes off as a celebration of male entitlement.
This long-gestating adaptation of the filthy autobiography is a sanitized take on a vicious rock era.
Exciting? Sure. Unique? Without a doubt. Frustrating? Unfortunately.
Dave Bautista and Kumail Nanjiani make for an appealing buddy-cop team in this otherwise shaky adventure.
The raunchy teen comedy goes tween in this endearing single-day adventure.
The conceptually curious documentary offers a moving eulogy for the young rapper.
From Weezer to, um, Weezer, Rivers Cuomo has taken us on one sad, hilarious journey.
Director Julius Avery eschews the camp and gimmicks of the splattergore genre.
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