This poignant and artful piece of cinema appeals to both older and younger generations.
James Davis explores Wes Anderson’s creatively methodical visual style in this video essay.
A solid soundtrack and a wild mesh of characters are a few highlights of this half-baked blockbuster film.
For the weekend of Sept. 23 to 25, three of the director’s films will be screened at the Academy of Music Theatre.
Audiences can look forward to journeys to other worlds, high-stakes action and compelling dramas in these next few months at the movies.
So-called “transgressive” cinema has never felt so tedious.
Equal parts funny and sad, this film has a message that all should appreciate.
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.
A masked killer arrives at a deaf woman’s doorstep in this twist on the home invasion thriller, now available to stream on Netflix.
The first full-length movie filmed in first-person fails miserably.
Strong performances and laudable cinematography can’t save director Gavin Hood’s latest film.
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.
Documentary argues that American public is manipulated to sympathize with Israel in conflict against Palestine
Israeli government allegedly employs same tactics as propagandists.
Director Babak Najafi delivers more of the same but will satisfy action fans.
Tina Fey stars in this decent but slightly underwhelming film about an American journalist dropped into the Afghan War.
This new Disney movie wants to say something about racism, but is undercut by sloppy metaphors at every turn.
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The director retreads his own old territory in an attempt to maintain relevance with his well-made but underwhelming eighth film.