If 2020 has put you in the mood for a flaming, violent end-of-the-world action movie, the absurd, modestly competent Greenland is here for you.
Carey Mulligan is astounding in Emerald Fennell's wickedly intelligent and entertaining feature film debut.
Paul Greengrass’ reunion with Tom Hanks is a dull, forgettable affair.
Soul conjures music, faith, eternity, race and more, and so does the Pixar movie that bears that title, a film of eye-popping artistry and great storytelling.
George Clooney gets back on track as a filmmaker with help from an appealing ensemble and slick special effects.
The latest feature from Moonstruck screenwriter John Patrick Shanley is primed to completely bewilder you this holiday season.
In his final performance, the late Chadwick Boseman gives a towering performance alongside a comparably great Viola Davis in this adaptation of August Wilson's play.
This slim documentary on Dolly Parton's Imagination Library will immerse you in untarnished goodness for an hour or so.
Christopher Nolan's latest mind-bending adventure is wildly entertaining and immensely frustrating.
Shane MacGowan gets the biodoc treatment in this fascinating but somewhat esoteric film.
James Erskine's loving documentary on Billie Holiday also chronicles the tragedy of journalist Linda Lipnack Kuehl, her would-be biographer.
Thomas Vinterberg and Mads Mikkelsen reunite to glorious ends in this atypical midlife crisis dramedy.
Riz Ahmed is phenomenal as a heavy metal drummer who abruptly loses his hearing.
Regina Casé turns in an astounding performance, but the surrounding film never matches her prowess.
David Osit’s documentary on charismatic, devoted Ramallah Mayor Musa Hadid depicts Palestine in a refreshingly sympathetic manner.
This harrowing documentary captures the chaos in the hospitals of Wuhan, China, during its 76-day lockdown to stifle the COVID-19 pandemic.
Directing his father’s script, David Fincher guides Gary Oldman to career-best work in this entertaining, insightful look at the making of the Citizen Kane screenplay.
Steve McQueen's Mangrove and Red, White and Blue provide potent drama, while the unconventional Lovers Rock is a bit of an endurance test.
Dana Nachman's joyous and heartfelt documentary takes a look at Operation Santa.
Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan are wonderful in this largely subdued sapphic love story.
This documentary dispels myths about stem cell research while profiling doctors and individuals who've benefited from the science.