A comedy of 14th-century repression that’s at its best when it digs a little deeper.
John C. Reilly
This Vietnam-era update of the Kong legend is stylish and surprisingly brutal throughout.
Illumination’s latest charms its way ahead of your average, busy family flick.
Brie Larson and Samuel L. Jackson have some real monkey business on their hands.
Etan Cohen will direct the Sony Pictures comedy.
Sorry Godzilla, but to paraphrase Denzel, you ain’t got shit on King Kong.
“The scope and scale are so vast and the possibilities for comedy are endless.”
Yorgos Lanthimos returns with a terrifying dark comedy stunning for its originality.
Why didn’t we round up to 30? One answer: Triple Nine.
A beautiful portrait of an ugly existence.
Rick Alverson’s followup to The Comedy is a strange and twisted journey.
True Detective actor plays a man living in a dystopian future that requires all single people to find love or risk being turned into wild animals.