The Eyes of Tammy Faye Will Change the Way You Think of Jessica Chastain
Only Murders in the Building Is a Charming Dad-Joke Bonanza
Shang-Chi Smashes the Box Office and Muted Marvel Expectations
Three Critics Pull Apart The White Lotus in Spoiler-Filled Detail
Candyman Seasons Its Horror With Belabored Sociopolitical Commentary.
Candyman Tests the Limits of Progressive Horror Movies
Annette Stars a Shirtless, Singing Adam Driver, but What Does It Mean?
The Soundtrack for Our Strange Summer
Can a Movie About Medieval Masculinity Enchant Modern Viewers?
One of the English Language’s Oldest Franchises Is Back and Trippy as Ever
White Lotus is a Sendup of the 1 Percent
Roadrunner Is a Moving Portrait of an Artist’s Struggles
The Anthony Bourdain Doc Is No Hagiography
Black Widow Aims to Remedy the Sexism of Earlier Marvel Movies
I Think You Should Leave Is the Pinnacle of Modern Low-Brow Comedy
No Sudden Move Is Soderbergh’s Best Heist Flick Since Ocean’s 11
Does Zola Succeed at Turning a Twitter Thread Into Cinematic Storytelling?
Black Widow Is a Thrilling Remedy for the Sexism of Marvel Movies Past
In Pixar’s Luca, We Meet the World’s Sweetest Sea Monster
How is Marvel’s Content Translating to the Small Screen?