New noir from Kiyoshi Kurosawa is pure Hitchcock with its slow burn spy game.
Wes Anderson pays tribute to the printed word in his latest farce.
This year's Golden Bear winner captures an angry, frustrated mindset that has plagued all of us since this pandemic started.
Mia Hansen-Løve's latest, Bergman Island, delivers insightful, provocative character drama.
A thrilling battle of duelling perspectives that implores audiences to believe women.
Danis Goulet’s dystopian thriller Night Raiders, like the best sci-fi movies, use an extraordinary premise to distill simple human truths.
Even Burt Reynolds' final performance can't save Defining Moments.
Muppets Haunted Mansion sees Kermit and the gang return for a short but sweet Halloween adventure.
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The Many Saints of Newark is David Chase and Alan Taylor's spin-off of their hit show The Sopranos.
Is No Time to Die a cinematic curtain call worthy of Daniel Craig's impressive tenure in the iconic role? Jason Gorber weighs in.
V/H/S/94 is a joyfully depraved horror thrill ride that arrives just in time for Halloween.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage knows exactly what it is and doesn't apologize for it.
Something's off-key with Dear Evan Hansen, and it's not Ben Platt's age.
Based on Isaac Asimov’s groundbreaking, galaxy-spanning science fiction trilogy, Foundation, Apple TV+’s spectacular, spare-no-expense ten-part series, arrives on the streaming service with a mix of hope, anticipation and, at least for some lifelong fans, apprehension. Anticipation and hope due to the original trilogy’s status as an urtext for the science fiction genre, generating tropes and […]