Whether your fave is returning or not, never fear: You’ll always have something to watch.
Knives Out director and star discuss the making of their old-fashioned whodunit.
An unlikely A-list cast fuels this contemporary spin on a worn-out genre.
The second highest grossing movie of 1999 still packs an emotional wallop.
Starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Daniel Craig, Toni Collette, and everyone else.
Dan Gilroy and Jake Gyllenhaal’s much-hyped reunion falls short of expectations.
Co-starring Rene Russo, John Malkovich, and Toni Collette.
Jordan Peele returns! Pennywise lives! Sometimes dead is better!
We pick the best, the brightest, the bravest, and the bearsiest films of 2018.
The matriarch of Hereditary’s doomed family delivered the definitive cinematic turn of 2018.
Alfonso Cuaron’s rich autobiographical drama conquers the critics circle’s year-end awards.
Roma, A Star is Born, and The Favourite dominate this year’s selections.