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.
They are, to name a few: mothers, murderers, Russian spies, a cowboy, a clergyman, a dirty computer and a Paper Boi.
The CoS film staff takes a look at the movies that already have us excited in 2018.
Brett Haley’s ode to the power of music is rich in warmth, if a little bit slight.
Yes, it’s as terrifying as you’ve heard.
From Deadpool to Slenderman, moviegoers will beat the heat with all kinds of heroes and villains.
Late Icelandic composer Jóhann Jóhannsson, English electronic duo Autechre, and the sounds of nature helped inspire his latest project.
Directed by David Wilson, the 16-minute visual stars the band alongside Oscar-nominated actor Toni Collette (Little Miss Sunshine, The Sixth Sense).
Toni Collette and Gabriel Byrne star in this family-friendly adventure.
The reset of the xXx series is enjoyably ridiculous but visually incoherent.
Daniel Radcliffe’s assured leading turn anchors this familiar neo-Nazi thriller.