Here Before benefits from an ever-excellent Andrea Riseborough performance in the service of a moving portrait of a grieving woman afflicted by the supernatural.
Luchadoras is a compelling, but flawed and overambitious, documentary that utilizes the lens of lucha libre to shine a light on Mexican societal ills.
Director Nathaniel Kahn discusses the grandiose and intimate The Hunt for Planet B: a story of the scientists, and people, building the next era of space telescope.
The Courier is elevated by a tandem of excellent lead performances, and marks a wonderful throwback to a type of film that just isn’t made anymore.
Directors Danielle Kummer and Lucy Harvey discuss their wonderful, uplifting documentary Alien on Stage, in view of its SXSW premiere next week.
Our ranking of all the MCU movies from worst to best, as we enter Phase IV and approach the return of theatrical blockbusters.
WandaVision: The Series Finale wears its heart on its sleeve for an emotionally satisfying conclusion to Marvel’s first television foray.
Castro’s Spies benefits from an indulgent treatment of the details and minutiae of Cuban spycraft in the United States.
Chaos Walking succeeds, in part, because of the strength of superb cast including Tom Holland, Daisy Ridley, and Mads Mikkelsen.
Tom and Jerry miscasts its titular cat and mouse as supporting players, but the movie works when their animated sequences take center stage.