In honor of the cherished children’s author’s birthday, we take the time to reassess all Dr. Seuss adaptations, ranked from worst to best.
The Mauritanian sheds a light on a sinister side of U.S. history with stirring storytelling and powerful performances from Tahar Rahim and Jodie Foster.
Cherry is a towering American tragedy, tackling topics like PTSD and the opioid epidemic with earnestness and highlighting Tom Holland’s best work to date.
The Stylist delicately details the beginning of a burgeoning serial killer and serves as a showcase for the acting talents of star Najarra Townsend.
The United States vs Billie Holiday features a powerhouse performance from singer/songwriter Andra Day, but its story is sadly substandard.
I Care a Lot balances biting social satire with brutal black humor to devilishly delicious effect, all while Rosamund Pike anchors the entire absurd affair.
In an interview with The Marksman’s Jacob Perez, we learn how the breakout star’s background strengthened his connection to the story.
To All the Boys: Always and Forever won’t attract the unconverted, but it’s a charming conclusion for fans of the franchise nonetheless.
In ferociously fiery fashion, Judas and the Black Messiah offers insight on a man and a movement that’s been overlooked in history for far too long.
Palmer ’s narrative is nothing new, but Justin Timberlake ’s passionate performance makes this movie a must-watch regardless.