Amir Amirani's documentary stumbles in its exploration of 21st-century protests.
Despite strong performances from Carrie Coon and Jude Law, Sean Durkin’s ’80s-set drama offers minimal substance.
This fact-based feminist tale tries to juggle too many details.
A biting and fresh look at old themes of familial competition and generational expectations.
The plucky, fourth-wall-breaking adventure/comedy is an ideal star vehicle for Millie Bobby Brown.
The impressive feature directorial debut of Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz is one of the great modern social thrillers.
The man regarded as a conduit between blues and rock 'n' roll is illuminated in all his glory, folly and controversy.
Antonio Campos’ star-studded period drama is a near complete failure.
An A-list ensemble elevates this humanity-rich drama.
This quirky, emotionally rich documentary chronicles the adventures of an octogenarian spy in a Chilean nursing home.
Paul Saltzman does his best to stretch a few dozen images and seven days of memories into a full-length documentary.
This charming teen road trip dramedy captures the complexities of female friendships while intelligently tackling the tricky subject of abortion.
Mary Wharton's well-paced documentary is an excellent primer on Carter and his presidency, seen from the angle of his links to musicians of all sorts.
John Leguizamo directs and stars in this uplifting, fact-based drama of underdog chess players.
The best Disney live-action adaptation thus far — though the bar wasn't exactly high.
The latest "Exhibition on Screen" installment abandons the formula that made its predecessors so entertaining and insightful.
A warm and artistic look at a photographer whose pictures continue to define generations.
Elizabeth Debicki, Donald Sutherland, Claes Bang, Mick Jagger collide in this sharp thriller about deception in the art world.
Bill & Ted’s latest adventure is a most triumphant comeback.
This documentary on the largely forgotten PBS show "Soul!" is a welcome celebration of Black life but skimps on profiling c0-creator/host Ellis Haizlip.
Werner Herzog's latest documentary offers a soulful, heartfelt portrait of the novelist and travel writer.