‘Undine’ Blends Mystery, Myth, and Romance to Devastating Effect

In a lean ninety minutes, German auteur Christian Petzold flips an ancient fairytale on its head. Read More

‘Bad Hair,’ Black Women, and White Standard in the Corporate Sphere

'Bad Hair' investigates the lengths of various factors that perpetuate Black female oppression. Read More

‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’ Marks the Return of a Hero We Deserve

Borat is back as the father of a daughter, but how successfully does he find his way in a world… Read More

A Star-Studded Cast Can’t Save HBO’s ‘The Undoing’

Maybe it's time to retire the bougie crime soap. Read More

‘Rebecca’ Returns to Life Breathing Stale Air

Daphne Du Maurier's novel gets a bland adaptation that champions dull romance over Gothic elements. Read More

‘Another Round’ Can’t Escape Its Own Hangover

Despite an intoxicating performance from Mads Mikkelsen, the novelty of the film's provocative premise soon fizzles out. Read More

‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’ Weaves Our Painful History With Jokes!

A fun sense of humor makes the medicine go down. Read More

‘Love and Monsters’ Finds a Fun Adventure In the Apocalypse

He already conquered mazes, and now Dylan O'Brien is setting his sights on monsters. Read More

‘On The Rocks’ Showcases Sofia Coppola at Her Most Mature

The director long preoccupied with coming of age narratives now turns her full attention to the problems that come with… Read More

With ‘Siberia,’ Abel Ferrara Pushes New Boundaries

Willem Dafoe is in his element in cult director Abel Ferrara's nightmarish, experimental journey into the subconscious. Read More