JUDAS AND THE BLACK MESSIAH is not only culturally relevant but a captivatingly powerful look at racial injustice.
John Lee Hancock’s new film, THE LITTLE THINGS, has a lot of similarities to SEVEN but still remains a compelling drama on its own.
WONDER WOMAN 1984 marks a huge step back for DC superheroes as an uninspired and colossal mess of a film.
Christopher Nolan’s TENET continues the filmmaker’s penchant for complex storytelling, thrilling action, lengthy dialogue, and mass confusion.
Despite controversies surrounding the film, Craig Zobel’s The Hunt is a violently entertaining satire on the state of modern day America.
Autumn de Wilde’s feature length debut, Emma., is a charming and fun version of the oft-adapted Jane Austen novel of the same name.
Leigh Whannell’s new film, The Invisible Man, isn’t a faithful adaptation of the H.G. Wells novel but is an effective horror film with some fine performances and legitimate thrills.
As one of the most iconic video game characters of all time, Sonic the Hedgehog finally gets his own movie but, sadly, it’s average at best and at least twenty years too late.
Cathy Yan’s sophomore feature, Birds of Prey, is worlds better than Suicide Squad as a fun and colorful tale with girl power at its core.
Gretel & Hansel, Osgood Perkins’ horror adaptation of the classic folk tale, looks nice with its artsy feel but is slow and plodding when it comes to story.