‘The Sonata’ Review: A Simple Yet Haunting Tale of Family, Fate, and Pain

Come for the devil's music, stay for Rutger Hauer haunting the screen from beyond.

‘The Gentlemen’ Review: Boys Will Be Boys In Guy Ritchie’s London

Slick and well-dressed but slight entertainment.

‘Bad Boys for Life’ Review: Hell Yeah

Against the odds, a sequel arriving more than fifteen years later is actually a blast with killer action, big laughs,…

‘Underwater’ Review: Part Monster Movie, Part Underwear Commercial, All Good

Kristen Stewart is the cynical, no-nonsense hero we need.

‘Cats’ Review: A Surprisingly Forgettable Bore

We won't be talking about 'Cats' for much longer.

‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ Review: It’s the Movie Some of You Are Looking For

The Skywalker Saga is dead! Long live the Skywalker Saga!

‘Daniel Isn’t Real’ and the Difference Between Demon-izing and Demonizing Mental Health

There’s a big difference between using mental illness as a shorthand for scares and bringing a literal demon to a…

Gerwig’s Adaptation Is as Irresistibly Charming as ‘Little Women’ Gets

The March sisters are as delightful as ever, if not somehow more so.

‘Do Not Reply’ Review: A Necessary Message Delivered Poorly

Seriously, don't give your child a phone until they're 21 years old.

‘Black Christmas’ Review: Good Intentions, Questionable Execution

The second remake of Bob Clark's holiday horror classic is even less well-defined than the first... but even more ridiculous?