The Space Teens Are Dangerously Horny In Neil Burger’s Scattered, Lord Of The Flies-Esque ‘Voyagers’
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‘Godzilla Vs. Kong’: We Love It When The Monsters Beat The Hell Out Of Each Other, Don’t We, Folks?
Bob Odenkirk Kicks Ass In ‘Nobody,’ A Premise In Search Of A Movie
An Earnest Plea For You To Finally Watch ‘The Knick,’ The World’s Greatest Television Series
Zack Snyder’s Four-Hour ‘Justice League’ Is Still Chasing The Mirage Of The Superhero Team-Up
‘Long Weekend’ Is The Rare Fantasy Rom-Com That Actually Works
‘Cherry’ Is A Big Beautiful Bummer Set In The Twilight Of The American Empire
Eddie Huang’s ‘Boogie’ Is A Compelling But Hokey Basketball Drama
‘Coming 2 America’ Is A Rare Comedy Sequel That Does Justice To The Original, With Oscar-Worthy Costume Design As The Cherry On Top
Doug Liman’s Long Delayed Sci-Fi Movie ‘Chaos Walking’ Shows Flashes Of Greatness
‘The Father’ Asks: How Good Could The Best Movie About Dementia Possibly Be?
Separating Fact And Fiction In ‘Judas And The Black Messiah’
‘Gimme Back My Son!!!’: The Greatest Movie Trailer Lines Of All Time
‘On The Count Of Three’ Marks A Great Directorial Debut From Jerrod Carmichael And Features The Best Use Of Papa Roach Since ‘Silicon Valley’
‘Bliss’ Is A Glorious, Hallucinogenic Parody Of Elon Musk-Style Techno-Futurism
Who The Hell Are ‘The Sparks Brothers?’ Edgar Wright Explains, In His Wonderful First Documentary
‘Eight For Silver’ Is A Delicious Bit Of Period Fantasy