I, Tonya pushes past the memeification of a human being.
Lady Bird is undoubtedly one of the year’s very best films, infused with so much love and care that it hurts.
Justice League is a dizzying headache of a movie.
This isn't a documentary about method acting gone wrong, it's a weaving of personalities separated by decades.
More decent than excellent, Branagh's Murder on the Orient Express might ultimately disappoint readers hoping to find the definitive interpretation of Christie's beloved novel.
The Light of the Moon is a deeply affecting incarnation of taboo subject matter with a refreshing take.
Indie Film Regular Dir. Alex Ross Perry covers a familiar tune in his own style.
“Chappaquiddick” accomplishes nothing, pulls a fast one, and smiles while it does it.
This 2017 Palme d’Or Winner is a highly pleasing, if sometimes burdensome, masterclass in film construction.
Philadelphia Film Festival review: Thoroughbreds
The Snowman is cold to the touch.
1922 may not be the best recent Stephen King adaptation, but it's still pretty creepy.