Jesse Eisenberg and Alessandro Nivola excel in director Riley Stearns’ fanged social satire.
New Movie Reviews
Dave Bautista and Kumail Nanjiani make for an appealing buddy-cop team in this otherwise shaky adventure.
An attempt to flip the script on the home invasion thriller leads only to unintentional hilarity.
Fab 5 Freddy directs this look at the ways in which marijuana has been used as a cultural weapon.
Jennifer Kaytin Robinson’s directorial debut, for its inconsistencies, cements her as a filmmaker to watch.
The latest spinoff in The Conjuring universe is a useless 90-minute headache.
Gugu Mbatha-Raw lights up the screen (and skies) in this genre-bending thriller.
Mike Leigh’s unsparing account of the government attack on the proletariat grapples with its larger purpose.
David Harbour brings the personality to this gore-heavy, R-rated take on the antihero.
Regina Hall ages down into Marsai Martin in this charming but scattershot body-swap comedy.
Alex Ross Perry and Elisabeth Moss’ latest collaboration is a searing look at personal and artistic struggle.
Alison Klayman takes a harrowing trip into the everyday life of the Trump-doctrine huckster.