Jesse Eisenberg and Alessandro Nivola excel in director Riley Stearns’ fanged social satire.
Dave Bautista and Kumail Nanjiani make for an appealing buddy-cop team in this otherwise shaky adventure.
Beanie Feldstein and Kaitlyn Dever make up for years of missing out in this riotous ode to friendship.
The second onscreen adaptation of King’s novel roots itself in a more personal kind of horror.
Morris’ pitch-black FBI satire marries sharp comedy with bracing doses of reality.
The raunchy teen comedy goes tween in this endearing single-day adventure.
This detailed look at the Svengali of ’90s pop condemns and inquires at the same time.
The conceptually curious documentary offers a moving eulogy for the young rapper.
Tyler Nilson and Mike Schwartz’s sun-baked road movie is the best kind of heartwarming.