Todd Haynes weaves a tale in “May December” that demands introspection, inviting viewers into a cinematic labyrinth of love, art, and moral ambiguity.
Disney’s “Wish” celebrates the studio’s 100th anniversary but falls short of classic status. A self-serving tribute, it’s a mishmash of references, with underdeveloped characters and a rushed conclusion.
Emma Stone and Mark Ruffalo shine in Yorgos Lanthimos’ latest dark comedy, “Poor Things.”
Director Garth Davis’s latest film, “Foe,” despite its ambitious concept and star actors, falls short due to overacting and a lack of subtlety.
The latest entry in “The Fast Saga” is hitting 4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray with plenty of NOS-fueled extras.
A frame-by-frame breakdown of the second trailer for Denis Villeneuve’s “Dune: Part Two.”
“No Hard Feelings” is a hysterical combination of raunchy humor and genuine heart that allows Jennifer Lawrence to hilariously showcase the full range of her immense talent.
“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.
“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.
Season 3 returns with another heavy dose of happy-go-lucky charm blended with real-world emotional baggage.
Director Noah Baumbach crafts a compelling, laugh-out-loud film starring Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig.
“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.