The TV adaptation is extremely loyal to Neil Gaiman’s original comic books—and that’s as enticing as it is frustrating.
HBO Max’s drastic decision to not release a completed movie is a reminder of the murky—and merciless—economics of streaming.
Small-budget, art-house, and international movies that are worthy of as much fanfare as the season’s blockbusters
Much like Brad Pitt before him, Ryan Gosling keeps falling into Hollywood's “cool guy” trap.
You won’t be able to look away.
The Jane Austen adaptation aims to be subversive when it could have just been sincere.
In a year of falling subscriber numbers and shaky stock prices, the streaming service is doubling down on expensive, risky blockbusters.
Though Thor’s muscles are resplendent in Marvel’s latest film, his heart isn’t in it.
Baz Luhrmann’s chaotic, maximalist approach works for one reason: The story of Elvis Presley should be a mess.
Spiderhead comes so close to making a classic “good vs. evil” story line feel new again.
Lightyear is the origin story that no one needed.
Steven Spielberg’s film predicted how having more convenience would mean sacrificing personal freedom.
The cynical logic of Jurassic World: Dominion doesn’t leave much room for what made the original a classic: a sheer sense of wonder.
RRR is the heroic epic we’ve been waiting for—one that’s not afraid of its own extravagance.
David Cronenberg’s Crimes of the Future could double as an elegy to the entertainment industry itself.
It’s just what every cineplex in the country needs.
How does the classic work of propaganda hold up? And can its sequel, Top Gun: Maverick, deliver decades later?
What on earth is going on in those final scenes?
The Disney+ film is like an updated Who Framed Roger Rabbit—a fantastically funny cartoon satire.
The film offers the same clinical gaze to both the mundane and graphic sides of the adult-entertainment business.