Whether or not the scares make sense is up for debate.
The Chicago-made documentary tells stories of disability that aren’t shown on the silver screen.
Rachel Sennott shines in Emma Seligman’s artful cringe comedy.
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With knockout performances comes an examination of the need for revolutionaries when pushing for real change.
Regina King’s feature directorial debut tackles social and racial justice through the eyes of four icons.
The film adaptation of the August Wilson play shows how Black folks navigate the power struggles that white structures create.
Jiayan “Jenny” Shi’s documentary honors Yingying Zhang as a person, not a victim.
The documentary takes audiences to the front lines with millennial women leading the city’s Movement for Black Lives.
Frederick Wiseman’s documentary offers a hopeful look at political institutions.
Aaron Sorkin’s new drama shows what happens when it’s time to fight and “the whole world is watching.”
The new Hulu movie looks scary enough, but it doesn’t offer much else.
The 40-Year-Old Version deftly offers a fresh and exciting perspective on a tired film trope.
Stellar performances get lost in the film’s prolonged rigmarole.
The auteur doesn’t show much growth in his most recent self-indulgent work.