Halle Berry's directorial debut needs a re-write.
Paul Thomas Anderson's Licorice Pizza—a coming-of-age tale set in early 1970s California—finds the auteur in decidedly chill, laid-back mode.
The note-perfect Drive My Car is a road movie through the soul and an odyssey well worth taking. You’ll feel transformed by the journey’s end.
Five decades in the making, Beatle's doc Get Back is the result of Peter Jackson wrestling with 60 hours of film and 150 hours of audio.
Mike Mills deliversa grounded comedy about tuning out the noise and living in the moment.
Despite an all-star ensemble cast and Ridley Scott behind the camera, House Of Gucci is neither a prestige drama nor a campy extravaganza despite over-the-top performances by Lady Gaga and Jared Leto.
Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City is a gnarled love letter to the legendary video game series.
Gorgeous visuals and standout songs from Lin-Manuel Miranda lift Disney's Encanto from the formulaic to the enchanting.
A look at how Adele's 30 sounds, and whether hunting down the exclusive editions are the right way to listen to this giant of a release.
To the surprise of no one, Lin-Manuel Miranda's take on a musical by RENT's Jonathan Larson is a phenomenal adaptation.
King Richard is an awards vehicle for Will Smith, but make no mistake, this is the feel-good sports story that used to dominate the movies.
"Did you get it?" "Yes." "What did it cost?" "$69.99 at the LEGO Store!"
Ghostbusters: Afterlife, the fourth entry in the series, is minus the wit, humour, or imagination of its predecessors.
James Smith, Mitchell Cushman & Outside the March forge something entirely unique out of one family's struggles with mental health.
Red Notice amounts to a lot of wasted potential.