Mariah Carey’s reality show offers some poignant insights on the dual selves that comprise a celebrity.
This movie musical mimics the classic Hollywood films without truly understanding their appeal.
With zero narrative consequences and flat character motivation, this new ‘Star Wars’ movie detonates before it can even leave hyperspace.
The new HBO hit is always engaging, even when structurally sloppy.
Breathtakingly gorgeous and emotionally devastating, this film explores the way a person marked by difference views himself and the world that surrounds him.
This alien invasion movie has a wonderful vision of the future.
There’s so much to love about this movie, so it’s a shame it never gets to the place it wants.
They may not be filled with the kind of scares you expect, yet these films should petrify you all the same.
This unimpressive fantasy will probably go in one ear and out the other.
Lazy and uninspired, this movie squanders its premise.
There’s no show more insightful and more sobering than the one about the washed-up cartoon horse.
So-called “transgressive” cinema has never felt so tedious.
Equal parts funny and sad, this film has a message that all should appreciate.
Hollow and more than a little dull, this 80s throwback only makes the viewer want to watch the movies that inspired it.
The greatest video game adaptation of all time still isn’t that great, though it has redeeming qualities.
Punk rockers take on neo-Nazis in writer-director Jeremy Saulnier’s brutal and bloody third feature.
The first season of the new anthology series “American Crime Story” combines the best sides of entertainment and moral resonance.
Bias in reviews is not a bad thing – it’s what makes critics great.
Director Ciro Guerra delivers a nuanced meditation on the toxic effects of colonialism in this surreal and immensely unique film.
Flawed yet visceral, this 2014 film eviscerates misogyny.