Also starring Hugh Grant, Henry Golding, and Colin Farrell
Tim Burton’s take on the classic cartoon fleshes out its world, for better and worse alike.
These films remind us just how wonderful, or at least interesting, this time of year can be.
Disney’s latest live-action remake hits theaters in March 2019.
Pretty much everyone and their mother is in this movie.
Denzel Washington excels in an uneven, yet compelling, legal drama and character study.
Yorgos Lanthimos’ latest clinical exercise in families and violence offers a Rorschach test for its viewers.
The latest from Dan Gilroy (Nightcrawler) explores the consequences of an activist lawyer’s loss of idealism.
Some of the best films of the year could still be on the way.
The film, which premiered to critical acclaim at Cannes, opens on October 27th.
The studio’s latest update hits theaters in 2019 and reunites Burton with Danny DeVito and Michael Keaton.
Sofia Coppola finds something savage and splendid in her southern gothic drama.