This very competent Star Wars Story may be more remembered for overcoming bad press than for anything that actually happens in the film.
The Merc with a Mouth is back in a sequel that bests the first in nearly every way.
Let’s see how much I can write without giving anything away, which is weird considering the sheer much-ness of it.
Groundbreaking animation and an ace voice cast elevate an otherwise minor (and culturally murky) addition to Wes Anderson’s catalog.
John Krasinski’s foray into horror is also a smart and thrilling exercise in restraint.
More than the sum of its chockablock references, Ready Player One improves on its polarizing source material by leaps and bounds.
Armando Iannucci’s lacerating second feature film is blacker than tar, and many Veep fans may not know what to do with it.
Ava DuVernay’s messy adaptation delivers visual sublimity and a strong message, punctuated by moments of unbearable awkwardness.
In the second half of our predictions roundtable, the FOTS team talks Cinematography, Score, and those pesky shorts.
It’s the first half of our annual predictions and gripes roundtable, leading off with the craziest Best Picture race in years.