Over the course of our more than 15-year existence, FSR has published thousands of reviews. We have reviewed movies from film festivals like Sundance, SXSW, TIFF, and Cannes. We review new theatrical and streaming releases. We even have two recurring columns — Previously On and Up Next — in which we review new and returning TV shows. And just as a fun fact, we used to give out letter grades with our reviews.

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Corsage Review Vicky Krieps

Vicky Krieps Gives a Rich, Timeless Performance in ‘Corsage’


Vicky Krieps gives a stunning performance in ‘Corsage,’ a period film that seems to transcend the time in which it is set.

Margot Robbie in Babylon

‘Babylon’ Is Chaos Personified — But That Becomes Part Of the Charm in Its Mess


Damien Chazelle wants to dance his dance again, but this time, the Hollywood bacchanalia won’t save him from his cinema sins.

Noah Centineo in The Recruit

Noah Centineo-Led ‘The Recruit’ Is A Brisk and Breezy Spy Dramedy


Centineo stars in this fun, frothy Netflix dramedy series about a new CIA recruit thrown into the deepest of deep ends.

Helen Mirren in the premiere episode of 1923 - Review

The Premiere of ‘1923’ Finds Promise and Pain in the 20th Century


Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren star in the latest Yellowstone prequel, which also features plots following a rugged safari hunter and a Native American residential school student.

Christmas Bloody Christmas

‘Christmas Bloody Christmas’ Slays With Bloody Holiday Fun


Think bloody Terminator Christmas special, and you’ll be in the right state of mind for Joe Begos’ latest.

Empire Of Light Review

‘Empire of Light’ Is a Visual Feast That Feels Performative Where It Should Dig Deeper


Cinema has always been an escape, but in Empire of Light, it simply distracts from a deeper indictment of racially motivated violence.

Sr Netflix Documentary

Robert Downey Jr. Gives a Moving Tribute to his Legendary Father in ‘Sr.’


The story of independent film icon Robert Downey Sr. is beautifully told by his son in this new Netflix documentary.

The Eternal Daughter Review A24

‘The Eternal Daughter’ is a Haunting Depiction of the Nature of Memory


Joanna Hogg and Tilda Swinton reunite in a mystery that marks one of the year’s best films.