The Spider-Man trailer is what you'd expect.
New movie based on Daniel Clowes’ comic is irrelevant, obnoxious, and boring.
The 2006 film is not the one you remember.
Rise of the Planet of the Apes reigns supreme.
Another failed cranky, old person movie. C-
Director Bill Condon plays it too safe. B
Not if Kong: Skull Island is anything to go by.
A summer blockbuster in March. B-
Fat headlines, abandoned malls, nuclear arsenals, and David Byrne’s True Stories.
Thoughts on Get Out, the debut film from writer/director Jordan Peele.
Hugh Jackman’s best turn as Wolverine. B+
America’s most quixotic film critic breaks Get Out’s perfect Rotten Tomatoes score.
Once upon a time, the screens I watched were drenched in blood.
A fascism that dare not speak its name.
1984's vision of fascism is deceptively bloodless.
The Holocaust as a ghost story in Night and Fog.
Fascism and anti-fascism in Casablanca.
A sneak preview.
Defining women's cinema.
Oh, and a review of Fifty Shades Darker.
The montage itself wields the cuts between shots like a knife.
Ridley Scott's follow up to 2012's Promethus—the first of three planned sequels—with Michael Fassbender, Guy Pearce, and Noomi Rapace reprising their roles. Deadline has more.