Steve McQueen goes genre with this winding, politically fueled heist caper.
The artistic style of the band’s whimsical animated outing defined a generation.
The latest iteration of the Lisbeth Salander story is a stiff thriller with ugly underpinnings.
This six-part anthology runs the gamut from darkly funny to forgettable, but rarely falters outright.
The latest update of the classic Dr. Seuss story ramps up the gags and the heart alike.
David Mackenzie’s violent tale of Robert the Bruce is heavy on effective gore but light on real gravitas.
Director Julius Avery eschews the camp and gimmicks of the splattergore genre.
John Carpenter’s beloved cult hit is one of the ’80s most prescient horror flicks.
Joel Edgerton directs this harrowing story of conversion therapy with heart and consideration.
Disney’s lavish update of the classic ballet prioritizes style over substance at almost every turn.
Lee Chang-dong’s slow-boiling thriller takes its time to mount a sense of palpable dread.
This companion doc to The Other Side of the Wind provides a window into Welles’ failed farewell project.