‘First Cow’ — A24’s Beautiful Tale Of Food And Friendship — Is Like ‘The Revenant’ Meets A New Yorker Cartoon
‘Palm Springs’ Is Silly, Stylish, Profound, And Damn Near Perfect
Tom Hanks Goes To Sea In ‘Greyhound,’ An Exciting, Non-Stop Battle From Start To Finish
‘Eurovision Song Contest: The Story Of Fire Saga’ Is A Goofy, Glorious Romp
‘Babyteeth’ Is A Unique And Unforgettable Tale Of Love And Dysfunction
‘Miss Juneteenth’ Is A Richly Evocative But Slick Portrait Of Black Motherhood
‘The King Of Staten Island’ Would Benefit From Being Less Like Judd Apatow’s Previous Man-Child Sagas
‘Judy & Punch’ Is A Fully Realized, Delightfully Odd Origin Story For A Violent Puppet Show
Let Comedies Be About Nothing Again
Tom Hardy Shows Why You Never Go Fully Syphilitic In ‘Capone’
Clark Duke’s ‘Arkansas’ Is An Enjoyably Oddball Southern Noir
Don’t Sleep On Netflix’s ‘Extraction,’ An Absolute Smorgasbord Of Pure Ass-Kicking
HBO Explores The Underbelly Of Elite Public School Malfeasance In ‘Bad Education’
Netflix’s ‘Uncorked’ Is A Sweet, Lightly Diverting Comedy About An Aspiring African-American Sommelier
First Mass Shootings, Then A Pandemic: Is ‘The Hunt’ The Most Cursed Release Of All Time?
‘Bloodshot’ Is Another Fun Action Movie Ruined By Bad Camera Work
‘The Way Back’ Should’ve Been A Sequel To ‘The Accountant’
Glenn Danzig Establishes Himself As The Goth Tommy Wiseau With His Directorial Debut, ‘Verotika’