In the remarkable documentary The Eternal Memory, director Maite Alberdi brings us one of the most heartfelt renditions of life, love, and memory in recent years of cinema.
Director Josh Greenbaum and writer Dan Perrault team up for neither of their best work with Strays, a lackluster crude dog comedy whose blessedly short run time is its most redeeming feature.
The latest from renowned documentarian Steve James provides an intriguing historical counterpart to this summer’s Oppenheimer yet suffers from some indulgences and limited perspective.
It’s a film about the creation of something not before seen and the consequences this entails.
In Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One, Tom Cruise is back with the seventh installment of a series that somehow manages to increase the stakes yet again. The narrative of the film is relatively simple: Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) is tasked with capturing a key that allows the control of a sentient AI system […]
Asteroid City, the latest from Wes Anderson, is a true achievement from one of America’s most unique cinematic voices.
Flamin’ Hot—the directorial debut of Eva Longoria—tells the story of the invention of the titular Flamin’ Hot Cheetos by Richard Montañez (Jesse Garcia), a janitor at Frito-Lay.
Writer/director Firas Khoury’s Alam is an affecting and effective film firmly fixated on contradictions and how we navigate them to create a sense of self.
The first iteration contained some intriguing comedic explorations into what it means to have near-limitless power with a limited maturity level, and it seems like the creative team used up all their thoughts on it in the first go-round.
65 is an old-fashioned B movie creature feature with a modern sci-fi feature budget.
Damien Chazelle’s Babylon is a classic Hollywood reflection on itself at a pivotal point in its history, chronicling the rise and subsequent fall of a series of characters at different points in the journeys to stardom.
Steven Spielberg’s 33rd feature film is a marvel coming-of-age story and one of his most personal.
Elegance Bratton’s autobiographical story The Inspection is one of learning to accept love on one’s own terms.
Till is a film that covers important events, but doesn’t quite feel like it adds enough to the story to be an important film.
Bros is a genuinely funny movie with nuanced emotional heft.