The first great horror film of 2020 is here, courtesy of the filmmakers behind "Goodnight Mommy."
The Weinstein/#MeToo-inspired drama is monotonous and frustrating.
The low-key, levelheaded romantic drama is an excellent date night movie.
The horror "reimagining" of the '80s TV show is awful yet has cult movie potential.
Harrison Ford leads this entertaining and emotional adaptation of the Jack London classic.
Jim Carrey and some surprisingly decent effects work are the only saving graces in this generic, dull video game adaption.
This esoteric documentary on the late dance pioneer Merce Cunningham takes a deep gaze into dance and his professional life.
Despite rampant filmmaking and scripting issues, Margot Robbie shines in this DCEU spinoff.
The English-language remake of "Force Majeure" improves on the Swedish original in every conceivable regard.
France’s questionable Oscar entry-turned-nominee is a half-baked “Training Day” retread.
Anime legend Makoto Shinkai follows up "Your Name" with another visual and emotional stunner.
The new take on the timeless tale overcomes its handful of narrative flaws through confident direction and some genuinely haunting imagery.
Blake Lively gives her all in this revenge thriller but is double-crossed by a convoluted plot and uneven pace.
A series of Oscar-caliber performances in supporting roles boost this tear-jerker about the effort to get a Medal of Honor for an airman who died heroically in Vietnam.
A look at this year's animated short Oscar contenders.
Guy Ritchie returns to form — with a major assist from Colin Farrell.
A look at this year's documentary short Oscar contenders.
A look at this year's live-action short Oscar contenders.
The latest Turn of the Screw adaptation is nicely atmospheric — until a sudden ending ruins the experience.
Even for die-hard action fans, the third Bad Boys movie is a tough sell.
The music-themed drama is emotionally rich, but could use more support from stars Tim Roth and Clive Owen.