‘The Rider’ Finds Truth By Beautifully Blurring Fact And Fiction

‘Lean On Pete’ Finds Life-Or-Death Stakes In The Story Of A Boy And His Horse

‘American Made’ Takes Tom Cruise On A Reckless Thrill Ride Through The Underside Of The 1980s

‘The Bad Batch’ Takes A Slow Trip Through The Wasteland

‘Buena Vista Social Club: Adios’ Offers A Return Visit From Some Cuban Legends

‘Snatched’ Binds Goldie Hawn And Amy Schumer To A Lifeless Comedy

‘The Great Wall’ Turns A Silly Idea Into A Dazzling Spectacle

‘John Wick: Chapter Two’ Is A Skull-Shattering Sequel Determined To Outdo The Original

Sundance Forever: The Mysterious, Prescient Phenomenon Of ‘sex, lies, and videotape’

Jamie Foxx Looks Bored In The Uninspired Thriller Remake ‘Sleepless’

‘Goat’ Finds Insecurity And Sadism Beneath The Surface Of Frat Life

The Skillful, Terrifying ‘Don’t Breathe’ Is The Year’s Best Horror Movie

Meryl Streep Screeches Charmingly In The Winning But Sappy ‘Florence Foster Jenkins’

‘Little Men’ Is A Low-Key Drama That Packs An Emotional Wallop

‘Nerve’ Finds The Creators Of ‘Catfish’ Crafting A Social Media-Savvy Cyberthriller

‘Lights Out’ Tries To Make Viewers Even More Afraid Of The Dark

The Two Lebowskis: The Coens’ Battle Of The Boomers, Two Opposing Sides Of A Cultural Revolution

Bryan Cranston Is A Man Living A Double Life In The Drug Business, Again, In ‘The Infiltrator’