The Asheville-based “Appalachian Horror Groove” band’s members discuss their debut full-length album and coping without the live shows that are so crucial to their artistry and livelihood.
A hallucinatory and thought-provoking look at existential awareness.
A flawed yet charming documentary about the aftermath of the 2018 wildfire that destroyed the city of Paradise, Calif.
A Harry Potter knockoff that fails in nearly every regard.
A well-intentioned and refreshingly forward-thinking documentary that falls short in the presentation department.
A mostly successful speculative biopic that works more than it doesn't.
A visually rich and beautifully acted examination of regret and poverty through the eyes of a Portuguese widow.
A compelling if somewhat flawed telling of the leadup to the 1995 assassination of Yitzhak Rabin.
A look at this year's live-action short Oscar contenders.
Sam Mendes' thrilling and psychological look at the horrors and insanity of war earns its place alongside the best war films ever made.
A classic '80s body-switch premise with state-of-the-art FX and plenty of action. It might be old hat, but at least it's fun.
A forgettable and unnecessary sequel to the megahit blockbuster.
A smart, fun and surprisingly nonsuperfluous addition to the long-running sci-fi franchise.
A cliched, dated and hokey actioner that's held together by the thread of a new special effects technique.
The disappointing documentary offers a surface-level look at a remarkable talent.
A strong opening devolves into a disappointing actioner — even by children's movie standards.
An excellent cast delivers top-notch action and laughs in a well-timed romp through Europe.
The saga of Jean Grey's transformation is a disappointing end to the influential X-Men series.
A 91-minute stuffed animal commercial that's outdone by the Toy Story 4 trailer that precedes it.
A surprisingly nuanced political and cultural commentary wrapped in a high-adventure animated film for kids (and adults who are paying attention).
Identity and existentialism cast a long shadow over this tale of nations and cities under siege.