Director Charlie McDougall effortlessly recreates scenes, bouncing with anticipation and claustrophobia as each of Julia’s performances is rigorously staged.
Enlightened creator Mike White moves into an exciting new chapter in his career, sweeping through the guests’ and staffs’ lives with ease and believability.
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.
HBO Max’s romantic series Starstruck is truly a gem. At just over twenty minutes an episode, Rose Matafeo’s series is delightfully messy.
Those Who Wish Me Dead is a throwback to vintage thrillers that seamlessly weave multiple storylines against pounding action sequences.
The HBO Max documentary film Lucy The Human Chimp chronicles the incredible life of a chimp named Lucy, raised by two human parents, Maurice and Jane Temerlin.
The fighting sequences, where director Simon McQuoid, in his directorial debut, showcases dueling battles with fearlessness, are sumptuous.
Directed by Adam Wingard, Godzilla vs. Kong is an absolute spectacle. Godzilla doesn’t rest. She’s always ready for battle, and so is Kong.
The new documentary on HBO Max traces Tina’s story across five chapters.
In Shaka King’s Judas and the Black Messiah, oppressed voices try to bring safety and security to their communities.
Zack Snyder’s Justice League formulates a structure that allows for character development and enables complete immersion into the story.
John Lee Hancock’s latest HBO Max offering, The Little Things, resolves to unveil a mystery that may have been better as a limited series.
Steven Soderbergh, the once-retired director, is back with a stellar cast for his new HBO Max film Let Them All Talk.