Disney+, HBO Max, Netflix, and Shudder will keep us entertained as theaters remain closed.
A family in crisis finds the strength to endure with the help of an old excavator and an archaeological find for the ages.
A kidnapping takes this dark comedy to extremely tough, uncomfortable places.
The star-studded adaptation of Kemp Powers’ play feels incredibly relevant in today’s political climate.
Kornél Mundruczó’s starts fast with ingenuity before ending slow in familiarity.
Thomas Vinterberg’s latest is hilarious, preposterous, heart-breaking, and self-aware.
George C. Wolfe maintains the essence of August Wilson’s Broadway play with incredible performances.
Writer and director Emerald Fennell’s candy-coated, rage-fueled thriller isn’t as incendiary as it thinks it is.
Highlights include directorial debuts by Jerrod Carmichael, Robin Wright, and Questlove.
Over 30 years of testosterone bottled up and studied under the ‘scope.
With Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters shelved, our living rooms were treated to a rich year of cinema.
The Oscar-winning director opens up about cultivating resilience in a year full of heartache.