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’
‘Onward’ Is Pixar’s First Movie That Feels Like An Attempt To Repeat A Formula
All Hail Leigh Whannell, Our New King Of Elevated Schlock
In ‘Greed,’ Michael Winterbottom And Steve Coogan Trade ‘The Trip’ Escapism For Adam McKay-Style Satire
‘Love Is Blind’ On Netflix Is The Next Unconscionably Watchable Dating Show
‘Portrait Of A Lady On Fire’ Is Haunting, Ethereal Slow Burn Of A Love Story
‘Birds Of Prey’ Is Strangely Written But Features Some Of Comic Book Cinema’s Greatest Stunts And Acting
An Unironic ‘La La Land’ Set In 1950s Harlem, ‘Sylvie’s Love’ Is Damn Near Perfect
See Toni Collette Welsh On A Horse Bet In Sundance’s ‘Dream Horse’
Carrie Coon Absolutely Shines In Sundance’s ‘The Nest’
‘Charm City Kings’ Is ’12 O’Clock Boys’ Meets ‘Bronx Tale’ With A Star Turn From Meek Mill
‘Ironbark’ Stars Benedict Cumberbatch In A Homoerotic Tale Of Cold War Espionage
Viggo Mortensen’s Directorial Debut About A Problematic Grandpa, ‘Falling,’ Premieres At Sundance
‘Zola’ Is An Extremely Online Tale Of Strippers, Sex Crimes, And Tweet Threads That Sundance Audiences Can’t Stop Talking About