Was 2021 the Year Comedy Finally Died?
We Got Two Ridley Scott Movies This Year. One of Them Was Great.
The Musical That Left Me a Crying Wreck
I Hope Every Moviegoer Climbs Into the Speeding, Spinning Cars of Ford v Ferrari
C’mon, There Is No Recognizable Human Behavior in Uncut Gems
I Forgot How Great an Actor Scarlett Johansson Is Until She Devastated Me in Jojo Rabbit
The Hallucinatory, Drug-Fueled Dance Party That Exemplified 2019
These 2018 Movies Were the Little Indies That Could
I Thought Everyone Would Love First Man. Boy, Was I Wrong.
Vice Was the Biggest Disappointment of the Year
The Best Documentary of 2018 Resisted Easy Messages and Found Beauty in the Everyday
A Guide to Orson Welles’ Other Unfinished Movies
Will Terrence Malick Ever Really Finish The Tree of Life?
All 10 Christopher Nolan Movies, Ranked
Documentaries Have Finally Shifted Focus From Scaremongering to Innovating
We Can Better Understand Many Movies Through the Lens of “Acteurism”
Comedies Frequently Pass the Test of Time—but It’s Hard to Tell Which Will Flunk
Why Were So Many of 2016’s Movies Obsessed With the Past?
Production Designer Jack Fisk on the Wild Worlds of The Revenant and Knight of Cups
What Do We Know About Rey in The Force Awakens? A Brief Investigation.