Tim Burton’s take on the classic cartoon fleshes out its world, for better and worse alike.
Harmony Korine’s exploration of Florida slacker life comes off as a celebration of male entitlement.
Kim Nguyen’s capitalist critique finds engaging performances within its dull, tech-centric storytelling.
This long-gestating adaptation of the filthy autobiography is a sanitized take on a vicious rock era.
Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson star in this terse revisionist history of the ’60s investigation.
Alex Gibney’s compelling HBO documentary offers his latest look at a failing, well-funded system.
Exciting? Sure. Unique? Without a doubt. Frustrating? Unfortunately.
The second onscreen adaptation of King’s novel roots itself in a more personal kind of horror.
Dave Bautista and Kumail Nanjiani make for an appealing buddy-cop team in this otherwise shaky adventure.
Morris’ pitch-black FBI satire marries sharp comedy with bracing doses of reality.
The raunchy teen comedy goes tween in this endearing single-day adventure.
This detailed look at the Svengali of ’90s pop condemns and inquires at the same time.