David Robert Mitchell’s stoner-noir fever dream has a lot of style but less in the way of weight.
Twenty years ago, millions of Americans stepped into the most happening Midwestern basement.
This true-life story of a detective who infiltrated the Colorado KKK in the ’70s is thrilling, funny, and brutally political.
The former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan told Ron Stallworth he was concerned about the film’s dopey portrayal.
He also acknowledges the controversy surrounding his former co-star Danny Masterson.
Produced by Jordan Peele, directed by Spike Lee, and starring John David Washington, Adam Driver, and Topher Grace as David Duke.
The comedy thriller from It Follows writer-director David Robert Mitchell.
Paging Zac Efron, Julia Roberts, and Rachel McAdams.
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A modern-era warmongering satire with a darkly ironic bite and a standout leading turn.
James Vanderbilt’s preachy, didactic debut about Rathergate is long on speeches and short on craft.