Darkest Hour may not be a great film, but Gary Oldman’s performance is still worth celebrating.
Spielberg’s latest is both a historical crowd-pleaser and a galvanizing call to action.
Paul Thomas Anderson sews a tale of twisted love in the age of innocence.
Luca Guadagnino’s adaptation is an emotional and visually stunning depiction of first love.
Only Guillermo del Toro could pull off a love story about the Creature from the Black Lagoon.
Frances McDormand and Sam Rockwell anchor Martin McDonagh’s latest ode to the human condition, playing damaged, grieving shells lashing out in search of redemption or vengeance, whichever comes first.
It’s a miraculous directorial debut from Greta Gerwig, full of rich emotion, specificity, and award-earning performances.
Christopher Nolan’s first historical film contains his usual tricks, but with grand ambition and immaculate detail.
With horrors both real and metaphorical, Jordan Peele’s directorial debut is a Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner from hell.