This year's Hollywood tentpoles were more interested in filling in encyclopedic gaps than they were in telling their own stories.
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Author: John DiLillo
The defining author of our generation has become her own worst enemy.
A rumored "Young Aragorn" story flies directly in the face of what made Tolkien's work so special.
Our last remaining movie star has made the latter half of his career into a showcase for white-knuckle thrill rides that successfully distract from the more unsavory parts of the Tom Cruise mythology.
Bo Burnham's coming-of-age film is part of a new movement that draws on the tone and aesthetics of horror without embracing the classic content of the genre.
This month's charming 'Ant-Man and the Wasp' is another victim of the MCU crossover machine.
The latest dinosaur romp abandons '90s nostalgia and instead gets high on its own supply.
Lakeith Stanfield and Tessa Thompson shine in one of the best movies of the year.
It's okay to let go.
The director's career has been paved with Ayn Rand's toxic ideology.