Eddie Huang’s feature film debut Boogie looks at basketball, identity, and the Asian American struggle.
That Shelf Managing Editor – and resident audiophile – Jason Gorber reviews Bob Dylan's Desire on Mobile Fidelity's Super Vinyl. Is it worth picking up?
Disney’s thrilling new animated adventure Raya and the Last Dragon features a kick-ass hero, dazzling visuals, and a touching message.
With a large cast, plenty of intersecting storylines, and a heavy dose of religious motifs, The Sinners is a lot to take on for any first feature film. Director and co-writer Courtney Paige does her best to spin all of this into a high school thriller à la Agatha Christie, however the overall experience of […]
Doug Liman’s wannabe series starter, starring Tom Holland and Daisy Ridley, delivers decidedly mixed results.
Writer-star Brea Grant turns the everyday misogyny and sexism women face into a slasher horror in Lucky.
Further proof that Vanessa Kirby is one of the most exciting actresses of her generation.
Andra Day is sensationally good as singer Billie Holiday.
Soul gives Pixar yet another rousing success and reminds us of everything we’ve missed and hope to regain.
A solid Guantanamo thriller starring Tahar Rahim, Jodie Foster, and Shailene Woodley.
Gary Oldman, Armie Hammer, and Evangeline Lilly star in Opioid crisis thriller.
Alexander Nanau's searing and sickening look at Romania's healthcare system in the wake of the 2015 Colectiv nightclub fire that left 64 dead.
Steve Yuen gives a career-best performance as a struggling Korean-American farmer in Lee Isaac Chung's Minari.
Bacurau breathlessly hammers home the quintessential burning question: who exactly are the real ‘savages’ here?
The latest from Quebecois auteur (or "Auteur") Simon Lavoie.