Double Take: Unpacking The Controversies of ‘Joker’ and ‘Jojo Rabbit’

Two films about radicalization made waves at TIFF, but what do these vastly different movies actually have to say about…

‘The Personal History of David Copperfield’ Review: Aims For Whimsy But Comes Up Short

Armando Iannucci's take on Dickens is a stilted and tedious step down from 'The Death of Stalin.'

How ‘The Vigil’ Director Keith Thomas Made a Jewish Genre Film

We spoke to 'The Vigil' writer-director Keith Thomas about his (un)Orthodox genre debut, his love of Skinny Puppy, and the…

‘Jojo Rabbit’ Review: A Hitler Comedy That’s More Safe Than Subversive

Taika Waititi’s latest is too cute to land a punch.

‘Knives Out’ Review: A Whodunit That’s Fun But Faulted

If nothing else, Rian Johnson's film is definitive proof that Daniel Craig has impeccable comedic talents.

‘Guns Akimbo’ Review: A Sensory Overload that Fires Blanks

Despite an enticingly bananas premise, the follow up from ‘Deathgasm’ director Jason Lei Howden is something of a misfire.

‘Pain and Glory’ Review: A Tender Portrait of Hurt and Heart in Almodóvar’s Latest

Pedro Almodóvar's 'Pain and Glory' is an intensely personal and sensuous return to form.

‘Lucy In The Sky’ Review: A Film So Abysmal It’s Almost Impressive

Noah Hawley and Natalie Portman throw everything they have at a wall. None of it sticks.

‘Uncut Gems’ Review: A Dazzling and Unrelenting Masterwork

The Safdie Brothers’ thriller is a raw and powerful feat of filmmaking anchored by a career-best Adam Sandler performance.