Netflix’s New Movie Is Perfect Comfort Food for Fans of Downton Abbey or the Brontës
Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman Finds a Way to Make Even White Supremacists Entertaining
Crazy Rich Asians Is Crazy, Rich, and Actually Very American
The Miseducation of Cameron Post Is a Movie About Gay People but Not Really for Them
Does the Plot of Mission: Impossible—Fallout Make Any Sense? Does It Matter?
The Spy Who Dumped Me Is a Romp Through the R-Rated Studio-Comedy Checklist
The New Movie About Hollywood’s “Pimp to the Stars” Is the Most Dishy Documentary in Ages
The New Mamma Mia! Is Essentially Celebrity Karaoke Night. I Can’t Wait to Go Again.
McQueen Is the Rare Doc That Must Be Seen on the Big Screen
The Rock’s New Movie Turns 9/11 Into Kitsch
The Righteously Angry Blindspotting Takes on the Complexity of Gentrification
The New Mission: Impossible Understands the Secret of the Franchise’s Action Sequences
HBO’s Robin Williams Documentary Is Just As Eager to Please As Its Subject
Eighth Grade Is a Movie About Middle School That Will Leave Adults in Tears
Sorry to Bother You Is a Fever Dream About Capitalism You Won’t Be Able to Shake
Ant-Man and the Wasp Is Small, Weird, and Exhilarating
The First Purge Is Messy and Violent, Just Like the Country It’s About
Uncle Drew Is a Feature-Length Soda Commercial Starring Shaquille O’Neal’s Butt
The New Movie From the Director of Winter’s Bone Will Sneak Up on You and Leave You Stunned
Every American Should See Eating Animals. Also, I Hated It.