Darkest Hour may not be a great film, but Gary Oldman’s performance is still worth celebrating.
The most memorable movies of the year celebrated empathy in a year where that came at a premium.
Spielberg’s latest is both a historical crowd-pleaser and a galvanizing call to action.
2017 was a great year that took us everywhere from Sacramento and Florida to the land of the dead and a galaxy far, far away.
Happy New Year! In David’s annual feature, here are 25 films and 10 new TV series he’s keeping an eye on in 2018.
Paul Thomas Anderson sews a tale of twisted love in the age of innocence.
Tyler runs down his Best Performances, Missed 2016 Bests and, finally, the Best Films of 2017 in a recap of his massive movie watching year.
We posted over a hundred articles, essays, and reviews in 2017. Here they are, organized for you.
I could use a poker pun here, but that would just be lazy.
Luca Guadagnino’s adaptation is an emotional and visually stunning depiction of first love.