'Nothing Lasts Forever’ Review: Showtime Documentary Questions How Much Diamonds Are Really Worth
Before you get down on one knee and propose with that expensive diamond ring, you better watch this documentary first.
'The Outwaters' Review: Found Footage Horror Has Never Looked Quite Like This
This buzzed-about horror film pulls no punches once it begins dragging its doomed characters into the terrors they discover in the desert.
‘At Midnight’ Review: A Charming and Worthy Addition to the Rom-Com Canon
Monica Barbaro and Diego Boneta play a charismatic and lovable couple in Jonah Feingold’s sophomore feature.
'Star Trek: Picard' Season 3 Review: The End is Near, But 'The Next Generation’ Is Bright
This may be goodbye, but it also feels like the start of something new.
‘Your Place or Mine’ Review: Ashton Kutcher and Reese Witherspoon’s Digital Romance Is a Missed Connection
‘Your Place or Mine’ is a modern romance set in the digital era that finds its signals dropping more than once between its two leads.
‘Somebody I Used to Know’ Review: Alison Brie Gets Vulnerable in Reflective Romance
Jay Ellis, Kiersey Clemons, Haley Joel Osment, and Danny Pudi also star in Dave Franco’s latest directorial effort.
‘Daughter’ Review: A Claustrophobic Look at the Horrors of Disconnecting From the Outside World
Each frame of 'Daughter' seems to have been cautiously planned and executed to serve Corey Deshon’s nerve-wracking social experiment.
‘Magic Mike’s Last Dance’ Review: It’s Not Bro Time, It’s Showtime
'Last Dance' might be the clunkiest of this series, but Channing Tatum and Steven Soderbergh are having a ball with this final act.
'You' Season 4 Review: A Risky Reinvention for Joe Goldberg Pays Off
Season 4: Part 1 of ‘You’ is streaming now on Netflix.
'Animal Control' Review: Joel McHale Shakes Things Up in Fox’s Wildly Playful Workplace Comedy
'Animal Control' has all the makings of becoming the next great comedy series.
‘Theater Camp' Review: Ben Platt and Molly Gordon Star in Hilarious Musical Mockumentary | Sundance 2023
'Theater Camp' is like 'Waiting for Guffman' for kids who spent their summer in cabins putting on shows.
‘Cassandro' Review: Gael García Bernal Shines in Lucha Libre Biopic | Sundance 2023
Bernal is a blast both in and out of the ring in this look at the life of exótico Saúl Armendáriz.
‘A Little Prayer' Review: Quiet Family Drama Features an Excellent David Strathairn | Sundance 2023
Angus MacLachlan's newest film also stars Anna Camp, Will Pullen, and Jane Levy, in her best performance yet.
'Passages' Review: Franz Rogowski Stars in Love Triangle Tale of Selfishness and Ego | Sundance 2023
Ira Sachs' latest also stars Adèle Exarchopoulos and Ben Whishaw in this story of the complicated bonds of love.
'Animalia' Review: Sofia Alaoui Mesmerizing Sci-Fi Debut Takes Us Into A World Beyond | Sundance 2023
This cinematic communing with the unknown finds something striking in its sublime science fiction story.
‘Past Lives’ Review: Celine Song’s Tremendous Debut Is an Early Frontrunner for Best Film of the Year | Sundance 2023
Greta Lee and Yoo Teo star in a film that spans decades, continents, and relationships.
‘Attachment’ Review: New Love Gets Spooky in Jewish Folklore-Inspired Horror Movie
Attachment explores the joys and tribulations of new love, spicing a delicate love story with truly horrifying elements.
'Harley Quinn: A Very Problematic Valentine's Day Special' Review: A Riotously Funny and Heartwarming Return
Harley, Ivy, Clayface, and more are back in an extra-fun-sized special that wreaks a very different kind of chaos on Gotham.
'Marvel's Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur' Review: A Super-Genius Hero Comes to the Lower East Side
Marvel's new animated series brings with it lots of heart, catchy tunes, and an adorable fire-breathing T-Rex.
‘Huesera: The Bone Woman’ Review: Mexican Body-Horror Turns Pregnancy Into a Supernatural Menace
'Huesera: The Bone Woman' cleverly approaches motherly woes through the lenses of horror, creating an uneasy experience that’s still illuminating.