Luc Besson’s stunning visuals do all the heavy lifting for the paper-thin characters.
Christopher Nolan masterfully reimagines the war movie with clockwork precision.
Flying Lotus’ debut feature film is a horrorshow from which you won’t be able to look away.
An unfocused but often touching look at family and relationships in the mid-’90s.
The finale of the modern Apes trilogy saves some of its bleakest ideas for last.
A short, sweet assemblage of star cameos and filthy jokes.
A portrait of the modern media landscape of war, and Syrian citizen journalists protecting the truth.
David Lowery’s near-wordless feature is a beautiful meditation on grief, loss, and time.
Director Jon Watts takes the webslinger in an exciting and human direction.
Bong Joon-Ho’s latest vision couches its deep cynicism about the world in a simpler warmth.
Illumination’s latest exercise in candy-colored branding is a tolerable return to form.
A comedy of 14th-century repression that’s at its best when it digs a little deeper.