There is mounting evidence to suggest Park City, Utah was a petri dish for coronavirus.
A ruggedly fantastical reimagining of J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan mythos.
The Lonely Island upends expectations again with a witty and bittersweet time-loop comedy.
Lawrence Michael Levine digs into the pain of the creative process and gives Plaza her meatiest role yet.
Lana Wilson’s new doc charts Taylor Swift’s life through fame, disgrace, and political resurrection.
Director Michael Almereyda brings his fourth-wall-breaking theatricality to the legacy of a lost genius.
Eliza Hittman’s follow up to Beach Rats takes the heavy burden of abortion seriously.
Veteran filmmaker returns with her most coherent and story-driven effort yet.
Janicza Bravo turns 144 tweets into 90 minutes of gleeful anarchy.
Julie Taymor reins in her usual style for an overlong history lesson devoid of any nuance.
The feature debut of frequent Portlandia director Bill Benz might have worked better as an episode.
Will Ferrell and Julia Louis-Dreyfus ski and snipe in this melancholic reimagining of the Swiss hit.