The old fish-out-of-water concept takes hold in “Luca,” a charming coming-of-age story that uses animation to its fullest.
Sequel to 2017's “The Hitman's Bodyguard" is excessively violent, disarmingly cute and overly self-referencing.
Before “Hamilton” there was “In the Heights," Lin-Manuel Miranda's heartfelt and joyous ode to his beloved Washington Heights.
Star-studded voice cast highlights animated film with lots of female representation behind the scenes.
Latest chapter in "Conjuring" franchise leans into old-school horror without advancing the conceit or upping the scare factor.
John Kraskinski writes and directs the sequel to his nearly silent thriller, although this time he only cameos in a flashback.
In "Cruella," Disney attempts to explain why "101 Dalmatians" villain was so hungry for those puppy pelts.
Slow-burn Australian thriller based on Robert Connolly's debut novel delves into mysterious death — and everyone's a suspect.
It won’t take you long to warm to this zombie-heist flick, which incorporates social commentary, over-the-top violence.
Underdog racehorse story based on real events resonates with charming characters and relatable conflict.
Based on Jenny B. Jones’ novel “There You’ll Find Me,” “Finding You” finds Finley (Rose Reid) finally following the fraternal footsteps of her…
Guy Ritchie’s “Wrath of Man” has a proper opening credits sequence, with classical illustrations of angels, lions and other dramatic Biblical …
The animals of “Gunda” aren't projections of humanity or metaphors for something else — they're just going about their lives.
A legendary comedy writer grappling with dementia learns to love again thanks to underdeveloped character played by Tiffany Haddish.
See what Post-Dispatch reviewers said about all the movies in the "Star Wars" series. (We even threw in a few bonus reviews of other "Star War…
"Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street" is a fascinating journey back to the birthplace of the beloved cultural icon.
Although it has a few twists and turns, Tom Clancy adaptation is also in some ways exactly what you expect it’ll be.
“Four Good Days” is a portrait of addiction that wants to dive into the ugliest parts.
The acting is laughable, the dialogue may make you wish for your own quick dispatch and the plot only makes sense if you're high.
The new film “Together Together” has a great premise: A single, straight man wants to be a father and decides to hire a surrogate to help. It’…
Monday. Ugh. The very word evokes a chill. Monday means back to school or work. Nose to the grindstone. Party’s over.
Just hours after their 10-year relationship implodes, exes hit the road together for a wedding, where they hide the split.