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Michael Myers has been coming home for decades now, ever since he rampaged through the town of Haddonfield, Ill., in the 1978 horror masterpiece Halloween.… Continue reading
Megan Griffiths’s Sadie taps into the dark side of teenage angst through Sophia Mitri Schloss’s strong lead performance.
In Damien Chazelle’s ‘First Man,’ Ryan Gosling delivers a fascinating blank slate portrayal of astronaut Neil Armstrong.
Lady Gaga shines in the otherwise underwhelming ‘A Star Is Born.’
Writer/director Ethan Hawke aptly portrays Blaze Foley’s never-made-it musical legend.
Jack Black and Cate Blanchett can’t prevent the spooky kids’ movie The House with a Clock in Its Walls from feeling a bit insincere.
Nicolas Cage taps into his manical best for the acid-trip fantasy revenge film, ‘Mandy.’
From Oscar hopefuls to broad comedies, here’s what the season’s film slate has to offer.
While not escapist fare, Searching ‘s story of a father searching for his daughter online does feel authentically of the internet.
Don’t be fooled by Hooters-esque facade. The Regina Hall-led film is a warm, funny, and communal.
The understated indie boasts a fabulous performance by Kelly Macdonald, but does that matter in the Best Popular Film era?
A strong young ensemble helps director Desiree Akhavan artfully takedown conversion therapy.
The documentary ‘Generation Wealth’ attempts to show greed’s shallowness, but somewhat loses focus.
Tom Cruise and his action franchise remain sharp in ‘Mission: Impossible — Fallout.’
Joaquin Phoenix and Jonah Hill anchor ‘Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot,’ Gus Van Sant’s biopic about a quadriplegic cartoonist.
On the Seventh Day takes an atypical sports movie approach while addressing immigrant issues.
A new documentary on Elvis Presley tries to make the rock icon the embodiment of America.
‘Leave No Trace’ weaves a poignant tale about a father running from society and a daughter who yearns for it.
While peppier than its predecessor, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom still feels very calculated.
As Stanley Kubrick’s sci-fi masterpiece returns to theaters for its 50th anniversary, have moviegoers betrayed its legacy?