Inside The Film Room’s “Week of…” Series returns Monday, June 5 with Apple TV’s hit comedy “Shrinking.”
“Fast X” delivers another epic entry in this gloriously silly franchise, that doesn’t quite crack the surface of the series’ best, but is far from its worst.
The “Dune: Part Two” trailer is here, and Johnny Sobczak is breaking down every single detail from the first look at Denis Villeneuve’s sequel.
Review: ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’ delivers a stirring, emotional conclusion to James Gunn’s trilogy
“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3” will not please everyone, but it undoubtedly serves as an emotionally-fulfilling and truly spectacular conclusion for the whole Guardians family.
Consistent tonal imbalance turns “Mafia Mamma” into a downright stupid genre homage and one of 2023’s first cinematic misfires.
On paper, a movie like Air has no business being this compelling, but Ben Affleck has crafted a rousing drama about the business of sport.
“John Wick: Chapter 4” culminates with some of the most spectacular action sequences in recent American cinema, while also managing to reinject some of the first chapter’s emotional weight.
The 95th Academy Awards are Sunday, and Johnny’s sharing his final 2023 Oscars predictions.
Season 3 returns with another heavy dose of happy-go-lucky charm blended with real-world emotional baggage.
Nominations for the 95th Academy Awards are announced tomorrow, and Johnny’s sharing his final 2023 pre-nomination Oscars predictions.
Director Noah Baumbach crafts a compelling, laugh-out-loud film starring Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig.
Joel Winstead looks back on his favorite movies of 2022.
It’s time for Zach Goins to look back on the very best movies 2022 had to offer!
“Halloween Ends” boasts over 30 minutes of extras on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, but the finale is too much of a diversion from the franchise roots.
After spending the last decade-plus forgetting about the first “Avatar,” it’s going to be hard to stop thinking about “The Way of Water.”
Lukas Dhont’s Belgian coming-of-age film “Close” highlights Film Fest 919, while “BARDO” and “Women Talking” also impress.