Gurinder Chadha’s ode to youthful rock obsession turns teenage uncertainty into the stuff of musicals.
Jamie Bell does standout work in director Guy Nattiv’s harrowing portrait of violent white youth.
The latest live-action Disney adaptation retains some of the 1992 original’s charms, but struggles to create its own.
David Yarovesky’s hard-R supervillain story is passable as violent schlock, but misses its chance to find real depth.
Allison Williams and Logan Browning star as world-class cellists trapped in a spiral in Netflix’s horror thriller.
Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis team up for this saccharine, surface-level “what if?” comedy.
Beanie Feldstein and Kaitlyn Dever make up for years of missing out in this riotous ode to friendship.
For better and (mostly) worse, the first of the prequels is a total realization of George Lucas’ vision.
Joanna Hogg’s meditative drama announces Honor Swinton Byrne as a substantial talent to watch.
The threequel to the hyper-violent action series is at its best when it’s paving its own lane.
25 years later, the director’s approximation of a family movie stands as one of his most intimate works.
A lightweight summer comedy that makes too few changes to its source material.