Bong Joon-ho’s comedy thriller changes the game for South Korea and international filmmaking.
Joker, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, 1917, and The Irishman lead this year’s contenders.
A complete assessment of this year’s slate of nominees.
Wonder Woman’s in the ’80s, Spike Lee’s in Vietnam, and the Ghostbusters are in Oklahoma? Wild times.
A collection of series both daring and familiar, polished and wild.
An emotional moment that works exactly as intended.
J.J. Abrams delivers a film that really ties the trilogies together.
An assemblage of hopes, fears, and celebrations—with an overriding awareness of history and legacy.
Rest assured, movies are still in good hands.
Noble intentions aside, Scott Z. Burns’ historical drama fails to impress.
Noah Baumbach’s latest dramedy is equal parts heartbreaking and hilarious.
Jon Hamm, Corey Stoll, and Michael C. Hall also star in the fact-based drama.