'Three Billboards' takes itself to Hell and back in order to present a textured portrayal of grief and culpability in a small community.
Wearing its passionate, bloody heart on its sleeve, mother! is the gift of all gifts for those who love movies: a fountain of cinematic and philosophical conversation wrapped up in skillfully bold genre filmmaking.
Paul Schrader’s 'First Reformed' is a bleak, tough take on the suffering we can self-inflict in our constant search for higher truth.
Along with 'Call Me By Your Name,' 'A Fantastic Woman' stands out not just as exemplary LGBTQ cinema, but as one of the best films of 2017, deserving wide recognition for overall achievement.
'Bodied' is an important film, but a deeply flawed one.
'Lady Bird' isn’t a great film for new director, it’s a great film. Period.
Smart, well acted, and touching in surprising ways despite its subject matter, 'The Journey' is well worth taking.
When Buffy first assembled her squad of Scoobies, they were mostly there for moral support. They would help where they could but were ultimately not up to the task of dealing with most of the supernatural creatures that the slayer goes up against.
American Assassin positions itself as the next Bourne-style action series.
Aronofsky’s fans are in for a treat and everyone else is in for a chore.