Mr. Slick closes his career on a mysteriously fitting note.
The truth about coastal elites.
It's lazy and boring.
A look at prejudices of Northern, white liberals. A
Revisiting the Godzilla franchise.
Popular Kids and Stranger Things.
It pumps up macho posturing and workplace violence. D-
The first female director’s tinted silent film, Pierette's Escapades.
Ramping up action from original. A-
Adam Curtis' latest documentary raises more questions than it answers.
The movie tries to do too much. D.
Lost to North America for 25 years, Only Yesterday showcases Isao Takahata at his most wistful and nostalgic. A
Defining women's cinema.
Oh, and a review of Fifty Shades Darker.
The montage itself wields the cuts between shots like a knife.
Nothing but men in Ida Lupino's The Hitch-Hiker.
Neal Brennan’s 3 Mics is stand-up plus.
FOUR (Bottoms) and the end of cinema.
A quiet cheer for the less presumptuous Holmes.
Is there any genre more grating than the quiet, humorless family drama?
Because the Tomatometer is often wrong.
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.