Though “Antebellum” has interesting concept, the film’s poor structure leaves the audience confused.
“RBG,” a 2018 Academy Award–nominated documentary, honors the life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died of pancreatic cancer Sept. 18.
“The Social Dilemma” is perhaps the most necessary film of the past five years.
Charlie Kaufman’s films do not offer any answers. In the case of “I’m Thinking of Ending Things,” these questions are complex and existential.
A live-action remake of its 1998 classic, Disney’s “Mulan” contains vibrant scenery, but this does not make up for the new film’s dull plot.
The third installment in the Bill & Ted saga, “Bill & Ted Face the Music,” is full of feel-good comedy and callbacks to the original movie.
“Black Is King,” a visual album-film from Beyoncé, elevates Black female voices while loosely following the plot of “The Lion King.”
“The Kissing Booth 2” retains all the drama, humor, and charm of the original movie.
“Disclosure” is a helpful tool for educating its audience about the often harmful portrays of transgender people in popular Hollywood media.
Spike Lee’s latest film, “Da 5 Bloods” strings together fact and fiction to create a documentary-like film.
While “The Lovebirds” is brimming with writing comedic and real chemistry from the main actors, the overall plot sometimes falls flat.
Spike Jonze, who directed the sci-fi romance film “Her,” brings his experimental filmmaking technique to “Beastie Boys Story.”