Jonah Hill’s directorial debut is an uncommonly generous and thoughtful coming-of-age story.
Jamie Lee Curtis shines in a sequel that takes us back to Haddonfield for more than cheap nostalgia.
Damien Chazelle’s rendering of the first moon landing is celebratory, with flecks of danger throughout.
Michael Moore returns with a wide-ranging, powerful documentary for troubled times.
Claire Denis’ English-language debut uses space movie traditions to chart its own course.
This thoughtful, delicately realized piece demands to be seen on the biggest possible screens.
Steve McQueen goes genre with this winding, politically fueled heist caper.
Jenkins’ adaptation of James Baldwin’s 1974 novel is nuanced, delicately realized, and utterly beguiling.
Karyn Kusama’s winding, despairing detective story will challenge audiences for some time to come.
Gaspar Noé’s latest provocation interprets the end of the world as a hellish dance party.