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Pulling at ‘Threads’: The Bleak Anti-War Film You Need to Watch


Anyone check on the Doomsday clock lately?

The Fablemans Review Steven Spielberg

‘The Fabelmans’ is a Personal Journey Through Memories and Moviemaking


As long as Spielberg is at the helm, a love letter to film isn’t cliche, it’s genius.

Lucasfilm D Expo Indiana Jones Harrison Ford

The Best of Lucasfilm’s D23 Presentation


No news is good news, especially when presented by the likes of Emily Swallow and Indiana Jones – we mean, Harrison Ford.

Marvel D23 Expo

The Best Marvel Reveals from D23 Weren’t Released Online


Here’s what we experienced in the room that you could not gauge on your screens at home.

Holy Motors Mo Cap

Why Modern-Day Motion Capture Is A Lot Harder Than it Looks


There is no “animate” button, it turns out.

Jon Hamm in Confess Fletch

‘Confess, Fletch’ Delivers a Fun, Airy Mystery That Effortlessly Entertains


A great cast and sharp writing ensures there’s no mystery as to why this is so entertaining.


Mark Dacascos Kicking Behinds in 4K is Our Pick of the Week


Plus 10 more new releases to watch at home this week on UHD, Blu-ray, and DVD!

Mia Goth is Pearl

‘Pearl’ Survives Solely on the Strength of its Stellar Lead Performance


You might fall asleep during this one, but make sure you wake up for the end credits.


‘Sisu’ Offers Glorious Carnage with Lapland Rambo vs. The Nazis


or: “I lived bitch” the movie.


‘Bros’ Favors Palatability Over a Half-Hearted Flirtation with Satire


You had me at “hey, what’s up?”

The Woman King Viola Davis

Long Live ‘The Woman King’


‘The Woman King’ dares to ask the question, “What if we gave Viola Davis a big sword?” More movies should do this.

Moonage Daydream

‘Moonage Daydream’ is an Ambitious, Thrilling Portrait of David Bowie


Your eyes and ears will be grateful you saw this immersive documentary.