The prequel-sequel to the 2008 sleeper hit takes a turn for the fancifully surreal.
Gus Van Sant returns to his crowd-pleasing mode with this uneven, heavily sardonic biopic.
Denzel Washington gives a notable performance in the uneven sequel to Antoine Fuqua’s 2015 hit.
A close look at the life of the late comedian that offers a wealth of personal footage while still feeling incomplete.
Dark Web’s irresistible momentum thrives on the terrifying knowledge that unplugging won’t save you.
It’s the end of the world as we know it, and we feel meh.
The latest big-budget action spectacle built around Johnson is a perfectly self-aware piece of mid-summer cheese.
Bo Burnham’s directorial debut paints an assured portrait of one of life’s most unassured times.
This family-friendly take on the classic novel takes a light approach to its naturalistic source material.
A Purge for Trump’s America.
One of the MCU’s looser franchises gets a sequel that aims small but hits most of its marks.
Boots Riley’s soon-to-be-cult flick is positively heaving with life, humor, and justified aggression.