Patty Jenkins follows up her critically adored megahit with this entertaining yet imperfect sequel.
Carey Mulligan is astounding in Emerald Fennell's wickedly intelligent and entertaining feature film debut.
Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan are wonderful in this largely subdued sapphic love story.
Clea DuVall’s star-studded Christmas rom-com is a groundbreaking delight.
The fun of this family film begins with the arrival of a bewitching Anne Hathaway, as the Grand High Witch, determined to turn all children into mice.
Kristina Guckenberger and Josh McCormack discuss the new Adam Sandler comedy.
This charming teen road trip dramedy captures the complexities of female friendships while intelligently tackling the tricky subject of abortion.
The Bangladeshi drama squanders its chance to tell an important story.
ACLU attorneys come off like rock stars in this documentary.
Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti are stuck in a time loop in this creative romantic comedy.
An honest portrayal of teenage girlhood, set in 1994 Seoul.
Elisabeth Moss and Odessa Young are phenomenal in this fictionalized biography of author Shirley Jackson.
An important tale of one man’s existential journey through loss and trauma, and all of the messy, unlikable ways he attempts to cope with it.
Betty Gilpin and some inspired action scenes nearly save this overly ambitious political satire.
Céline Sciamma's acclaimed drama is a female-focused masterpiece about the creation of love and art, and the most honest lesbian romance ever depicted onscreen.
The Weinstein/#MeToo-inspired drama is monotonous and frustrating.
Blake Lively gives her all in this revenge thriller but is double-crossed by a convoluted plot and uneven pace.
John Kasbe’s documentary masterfully lends a complex humanity to the dark underbelly of the elephant poaching industry and those who rely on it to survive.
Greta Gerwig's adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s novel is a complete delight.
Elizabeth Banks' reboot of the spy series is fun and refreshingly feminine.
Kristina Guckenberger and Edwin Arnaudin agree that Taika Waititi's anti-hate satire is an extraordinary melding of humor and heart — and one of the year's best films.