Pure Sorkin, for better and for worse, The Trial of the Chicago 7 is a solid, old-fashioned courtroom drama.
A delicate, if at times cold, character-driven tale of hardship and acceptance.
A fun, if imperfect, mishmash of comedy subgenres driven by a charismatic duo of rebellious teenage girls.
A rich, deep intellectual exercise, The Surrogate explores questions with no easy answers, and clocking in at a brisk 90 minutes, it doesn’t belabor its points or overstay its welcome.
There’s something here for you if you love dialogue-heavy dramas, but this play doesn’t quite click.
Enola Holmes, aimed squarely at a teenage audience, plays fast and loose with the Sherlock canon but is entertaining enough as an action/adventure movie.
Babyteeth is messy, it does not tie loose ends, and it is not concerned with finding silver linings under its dark clouds. But there is compelling drama in that.
Tenet is a fine action thriller, but it gets lost in the intricacies of its plot and becomes emotionless as a result.
As tense as it is atmospheric, The Devil All the Time offers inspired performances from Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson.
The kind of fun, genre studio fare that doesn’t get released in theaters anymore, #Alive is not revolutionary but does well enough with its premise.