This is Denis Villeneuve's movie, but it's fully Frank Herbert's Dune.
A twee, fussy, brilliant movie from a pathologically twee and fussy director.
Daniel Craig’s final outing as 007 is a reckoning with everything that made Bond who he is.
It's a crude, ugly derivative of a crude, ugly film.
Paul Schrader's story of an ex-military torturer is a searing tale of violence and redemption.
Horror filmmaking has always been political, but the new Candyman takes it to a different level.
Ryan Reynolds stars as a video game character who discovers his whole life is a lie.
The most subversive thing about the movie is that the director was allowed to make it at all.
A dumb movie with a dumb name based on a dumb idea.
Is the biggest brand in movies better off on the small screen?
Another lifeless pseudo-blockbuster goes straight to streaming.
Somehow, The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard Is About Professional Licensing Requirements and EU Sanctions
A terrible movie about a bodyguard trying to regain an occupational certification.
Even a critic who doesn’t love singing or dancing succumbed to its charms.
In Zack Snyder's latest, zombies are a public health issue, much like COVID-19.
A terrible, Tom Clancy-inspired action movie that ends in a lame speech touting war as economic stimulus.
Modern love and future sounds.
It’s a victory for fans made possible by the evolution of streaming technology.
It’s a comfortable throwback to 1990s crime films. Too comfortable.