Alex Ross Perry and Elisabeth Moss’ latest collaboration is a searing look at personal and artistic struggle.
She’s quickly becoming the most formidable actress of her generation.
Alison Klayman takes a harrowing trip into the everyday life of the Trump-doctrine huckster.
The Losers grab their shovels and start digging into the new adaptation.
The trivia in a man’s heart is stonier.
Zachary Levi stars as the teen-turned-superhero in this winning, family-friendly caper.
The second onscreen adaptation of King’s novel roots itself in a more personal kind of horror.
Claire Denis’ English-language debut uses space movie traditions to chart its own course.
László Nemes’ sophomore feature joins a woman from a disgraced family through 1910s Budapest.
Tim Burton’s take on the classic cartoon fleshes out its world, for better and worse alike.
Harmony Korine’s exploration of Florida slacker life comes off as a celebration of male entitlement.
Kim Nguyen’s capitalist critique finds engaging performances within its dull, tech-centric storytelling.