After 11 years and 22 movies, here we are, worn out and weeping.
The film pits Matthew McConaughey against the giant tuna in his head. I’m not joking.
M. Night Shyamalan sure Shyamalan’d this one.
My annual grousing about Oscar, the perennial clueless snob.
Sandra Bullock digs in, but in this horror-thriller, the flighty premise rules all.
A ridiculous comic book romp.
This wild ‘toon is a colorful and entertaining antidote to the same old Spider-shtick.
Recapping all the times the cinema moved us most this year.
Consider the nostalgia stoked.
This Swedish film is a fantastical and engrossing character drama.
The Coen Bros.’ latest work is an anthology of the Old West for Netflix.
An inoffensive update of the Dr. Seuss classic.
Luca Guadagnino’s reimagining of the horror classic is a confounding mess. It’s also kind of great.
Star Rami Malek is game, but the screenplay is lame.
Expect some weird and wonderful genre films from the festival — as usual.
The “Spider-Man” villain gets his own movie. Too bad it’s a disjointed mess.
Don’t overlook this smart, moving documentary showing at ArtPrize 2018.
This is the Cage we know and should love.
An inviting, commercially styled film decisively kicks down barriers.