“Antebellum” tries its hardest to deliver the same suspense and damning social commentary that Jordan Peele’s films do, but the ham-fisted result pales in comparison.
“The Devil All the Time” has all the makings of a prestige crime drama, and while it certainly hits some of its marks, ultimately the end result is shallow and incoherent.
Breaking down every last detail of the first trailer for “Dune.”
By telling a story of empowering women to fight for themselves and outwit those who seek to dominate them, “Enola Holmes” strikes the right notes – especially today.
While it doesn’t live up to the high standards of its animated predecessor, “Mulan” takes a bold step in a new direction and provides a decent amount of fun.
Ambiguity in a film has the potential to do great things for audiences, but when that quest for varied interpretations comes at the cost of a coherent story and leaves audiences questioning what they just watched, then is it really worth it?
“Tenet” is Christopher Nolan’s loudest, biggest, most convoluted film ever – but that doesn’t mean it’s his best.
A theater-exclusive teaser for “Dune” will play prior to screenings of “Tenet,” followed by a full trailer releasing online Sept. 9.
Breaking down every last detail of “The Batman” trailer from DC FanDome.
You can make a messy movie, but as long as it’s exciting and stylish, you can get away with it. You can’t make one this messy and dull and expect to get by.
Without much on the film horizon and the year’s best comedy right in front of you, it might not be a bad idea to rewatch “Palm Springs” over and over again.
Kelly Reichardt’s “First Cow” uses a simple story and deliberate pacing to create an endearing story of friendship and adventure.
Inside The Film Room’s “Dune” beat writer is back to break down the latest photos and news from Empire Magazine’s spread.
“The Way Back” is a showcase for its leading man, with Affleck throwing raw emotion onto the screen. It’s a film that borders on greatness thanks to this inspired story and Affleck’s powerful performance.
In “The Invisible Man,” writer-director Leigh Whannell has crafted a smart, satisfying and flat-out terrifying modern twist on H.G. Wells’ classic tale.
As simplistic and predictable as “Last Christmas” may be, it still gets the job done once you admit you’re ready to feel all warm and fuzzy and embrace the holiday season.