“The Banshees of Inisherin” delivers McDonagh’s trademark black comedy and pitch-perfect performances in his most well-crafted film to date.
Thanks to its nuanced approach to storytelling and knockout performances by its core cast, “Devotion” rises above the standard war movie.
Norwegian horror films are continually making their stamp on the zeitgeist, and Eskil Vogt’s “The Innocents” is the latest to do so.
Peter Dinklage and company have delivered one of the best films of 2021 that will sing and dance its way into your heart.
It’s hard to believe that one of Hollywood’s greatest stars has yet to lead his own film, but here Mahershala Ali is – one Oscar under his belt – and … Continue Reading Review: Ali delivers powerhouse performances in teary drama ‘Swan Song’
Playful enough to be engaging but caustic enough to pack a punch, “Bad Luck Banging” is worth the ride – if you know what you’re in for.
“C’mon, C’mon” earns its emotional ups and downs on its way to being one of the best films of 2021.
“Spencer” is brutal, pulling no punches when breaking down its protagonist, but what it also does is begin to put her back together.
“Petite Maman” is a simple, tender story, but it manages to take grand ideas and whittle them down to the basics.
The Will Smith hype is real, as the actor delivers one of his very best performances in “King Richard.”
Review: Hamaguchi’s patient, surprising triptych ‘Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy’ is the film of the year so far
“Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy” delivers three stories in one film, in a way only a director as masterful as Ryūsuke Hamaguchi can.
Season 3 of Netflix’s sensual murder mystery “You” starts streaming Friday, and it’s the show’s craziest season yet.
“The Guilty” proves itself to be a worthy foreign remake, putting a relevant American twist on its source material that makes it feel fresh.
If “Cry Macho” is the film that ultimately ends Eastwood’s illustrious career — or even if it’s merely his last screen appearance — it deserves to go down as a satisfying coda.
“Beyond the Infinite Two Minutes” and “The Sadness” recently played at Fantasia Film Festival, and Joel Winstead is breaking them down.
What Fantasia Festival’s “Baby Money” lacks in big-budget flair it makes up for in thrills and suspense.