Xavier Dolan’s first English-language film is an intriguing exploration of identity and family with a superb cast.
Paul Schrader’s latest, First Reformed, is an austere character study elevated by Ethan Hawke’s best performance to date.
Well here’s a documentary that’s more tense than many a thriller. Free Solo, not for the faint of heart, offers an astonishing look at rock climbing and Alex Honnold’s life.
I feel like, with these two talented actresses, and the two monumental historical figures they play, and the production value invested in this project, we should have got a more impactful movie than Mary, Queen of Scots turned out to be.
Captain Marvel is a tremendously fun, inventive superhero movie, anchored in Brie Larson’s charisma.
Destroyer is rough around the edges, but Nicole Kidman’s anguished performance is truly astounding.
Stunningly, achingly, rigidly, endlessly, irredeemably boring.
Steven Soderbergh’s second iPhone film is a nimble, dynamic con story, even if the topic of NBA negotiations can be obscure at times.
We have seen many films about addiction, but Beautiful Boy is really a film about fatherhood, about that desperate sensation of wanting to help a loved one and not knowing how.
The Favourite is unabashedly modern, it has sharp teeth, and it is outrageous in all the best ways.