Some directors say "we got it" when they do not, in fact, "got it." Those directors are not Stanley Kubrick.
"So that's kind of the tone of the movie."
Watch a video essay about the female-led films that defined cinema last year.
Through the mockumentary 'Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping' and the documentary 'Miss Americana,' the limits of humanizing the pop star persona are tested.
As Disney shutters the 20th Century Fox animation division, we look back fondly on what they did best.
Fredrik Backman's best-selling novel gets the small-screen treatment with this grim, underwritten adaptation.
In Rose Glass's breakout feature, God is not what He seems.
Director Bryan Bertino's filmography is a dark and hopeless dive into the unpredictability of violence and the inability to truly avoid it.
Illegal drugs, attempted murder, and the dark web seem a lot more interesting than this film suggests.
A great cast has nowhere to go in this lifeless comedy.
In J Blakeson's crime film, Rosamund Pike plays a woman who won't rest until ultimate success has been achieved.
As we race to a catastrophic climax, Wanda's fate rests with two Westview interlopers.
What was its purpose and why was it so infamous? Let's sneak a peek, shall we?
We chat with intimacy coordinator Marcus Watson about how he shares the same mission as costumes, stunts, and production design. They're all there for the story.
For its 16th anniversary, here's our re-appraisal of the DC comic book movie.
"Hand me a stuntman and I can do almost anything."