The Great Wall‘s problems go deeper than a white-savior complex.
Fist Fight delivers on the title, and provides some decent laughs to boot.
A United Kingdom offers an absorbing look at a real-life love story.
Toni Erdmann is a Dad Joke in (sometimes painfully) extended form.
The tagline for Rings perfectly describes how you’ll feel while watching. So don’t.
Put some space between yourself and The Space Between Us.
The Comedian can’t make audiences laugh.
Elle is an exceptionally challenging, thought-provoking work of filmmaking.
Live by Night is an unfortunate misstep in Ben Affleck’s directing career.
Patriots Day wants to honor Boston, but includes some uncomfortable elements.
Paterson finds inspiration in the little pleasures of life.
Say “Bye Bye” to horror and “Hello” to laughs.