You may think you’ve had enough of political documentaries for one pandemic year. But “All In: The Fight for Democracy” is the “John Lewis: Go…
Once Donald Trump became president, Souza says in "The Way I See It," he couldn't ignore the man's disrespect for the office, for the rule of …
It’s the sonorous narration that grabs you at first, a voice lush and resonant with time and place, warm, yet almost ominous, recounting a tal…
Australian songstress' empowering anthem reminds viewers of how much remains in the fight for women's rights.
After a devastating breakup, New York art gallery assistant devises a plan to display mementos of bygone relationships.
“Coastal Elites” contains so many of-the-moment references you’ll swear it was written yesterday.
Disney’s habit of converting animated classics into live-action films is a mixed bag at best. “Mulan,” however, justifies the practice largely…
Based on Iain Reid’s thriller, "I’m Thinking of Ending Things" is a narrative provocation unlike any other this year.
In "Tenet," Christopher Nolan has come unstuck in time.
The codependent bros haven’t grown up much over the years.
“The Most Dangerous Game” meets modern U.K. delinquent culture in the raucous indie black comedy “Get Duked!”
Dev Patel demonstrates comedic chops as titular character in adaptation that finally allows story's humor to shine.
The first film back in theaters should make you glad you didn’t drive anywhere for two months.
Film about weeklong camp for boys is one of year's most thrilling, harrowing cinematic experiences.
Rich, juicy, gory film wrangles with vicious examples of Black inequality and white cruelty, on the books and off.
Black empowerment is the star of Beyoncé’s new visual album, “Black Is King,” a 90-minute reclamation of heritage and power.
Aside from being the briniest film since the Lower East Side romance “Crossing Delancey” 32 years ago, “An American Pickle” reminds us that Se…
Heavily stylized neo-noir thriller takes its name from the 1971 novel by "Miami Blues" scribe Charles Willeford.
No-budget indie film’s premise has startling urgency and relevance, but its one-note "twist" is wearisome.
Loosely inspired by the “Secret” self-help books by Rhonda Byrne, “The Secret: Dare to Dream” wants to remind us of those bland, coastal Nicho…