Jim Carrey’s method acting as Andy Kaufman makes for a compelling, frustrating documentary.
The veteran filmmaker turns his landmark 1986 debut into an incredibly vital series.
Denzel Washington excels in an uneven, yet compelling, legal drama and character study.
“She’s kinda like Eric Cartman only with the ability to follow through.”
The most thrilling experiences from a long, beautiful weekend in Utrecht.
DC’s blockbuster leans into the fun, even as the storytelling continues to lag behind.
The late soul songstress still sings with a fire and force impossible to ignore.
The British-French singer has evolved as an artist, and Rest is a flawed but worthy statement.
Dee Rees stages a devastating historical tragedy in the post-WWII Mississippi Delta.
Martin McDonagh’s wrenching, blackly comic story of retribution is singularly affecting.
Coming of age has severe consequences in Joachim Trier’s unsettling psychodrama.
The blockbuster star’s sixth studio album is a bloated disaster, but maybe that’s the point?