In Creed III, Michael B. Jordan takes the directing reins, extracting terrific performances from his cast and rejuvenating the franchise.
The road leading through months of campaigning, awards ceremonies, luncheons, interviews, and photo ops finally ends with the 95th Academy Awards this Sunday at the Dolby Theater.
Joanna Hogg’s The Souvenir brilliantly captures the internal struggles of a young film student caught in a toxic relationship.
As standalone shorts, Wes Anderson makes the case that independent and distinctive vignettes are just as captivating as feature-length
In Titane, Evil can be innate and discovered, but it can’t be wiped clean, nor should it be. It’s a monster, and punishment will be severe.
Nia DaCosta’s perspective shift expands the world of Candyman with a visual style that cements her as an exciting director to watch.
Werewolves Within is an unintentionally distant cousin to Jim Cummings’ hilariously off-beat 2020 thriller The Wolf of Snow Hollow.
In The Tomorrow War, directed by Lego Batman Movie’s Chris McKay, Pratt a high school science teacher and Army vet unsatisfied with life.
Emma Seligman’s Shiva Baby is an astonishing directorial debut, and there’s a good reason it’s the talk of the town.
Director Jon M. Chu, known for helming Crazy Rich Asians, is truly a visionary, embracing large dance numbers that sprawl across New York City streets and public swimming pools.
In Mark Raso’s Awake, chaos erupts when a solar flare wipes out technology and humans descend into madness after losing the ability to sleep.
The first act sets up the case with a brutal exorcism, but the screenplay by David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick, switches the film into an investigative procedural.
Director Craig Gillespie continues his love of music against long tracking shots, finding a way to make the most use of each beat and crescendo in the song.
Those Who Wish Me Dead is a throwback to vintage thrillers that seamlessly weave multiple storylines against pounding action sequences.