Johnny Flynn and Roisin Gallagher star in a series that mocks the genre it's meant to represent.
This peach of a South Korean disaster-thriller may hit some familiar notes, but it does so with an effective clarity that strikes home.
It may not break any new ground, but it’s a pleasant ride — and the first Wattpad adaptation done right.
The iconic comic characters get a fresh look in this 1960s-set teen comedy.
It takes a bit to get there, but the finale of his horror film makes it all worth it.
The villains of 'Merry Little Batman' shine as much as its heroes.
Monk's last investigation hits close to home and repairs old wounds.
Amanda Mustard’s shattering investigation into the abuse committed by her grandfather is a harrowing yet honest portrait of familial trauma.
From 'Paddington 2' director Paul King, 'Wonka' finds the joy and optimism of this younger take on Roald Dahl's character.
The Hulu series is a blood-soaked heist story for a modern age.
'Poor Things' Review: Emma Stone and Yorgos Lanthimos Create a Weird World in One of the Year’s Best Movies
Also starring Mark Ruffalo and Willem Dafoe, 'Poor Things' is a staggering vision from Yorgos Lanthimos.
'Leave the World Behind' Review: Julia Roberts and Mahershala Ali Are Captivating in Sam Esmail’s Apocalypse Movie
Also starring Ethan Hawke and Myha'la, Esmail's film explores the end of the world in an insular, yet enthralling way.
Director James Mangold takes the reins on the final act of this iconic action series, which is steeped in nostalgia and weak in story.
This second special proves once more that Tennant and Tate are one of the best acting duos on television.
Portman and Moore have crackling chemistry even if Haynes isn't at his best.
Jason Isaacs doles out the charm as the debonair Cary Grant in the four-part series.
'Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé' Review: Queen Bey Takes Us Behind the Scenes of Her Brilliant Concert Tour
Beyoncé's tour is obviously great, but the way she captures how this show was put together makes this film even more special.
Master action filmmaker John Woo returns to American cinema with this tragically underwhelming motion picture.
While 'Candy Cane Lane' isn't a lump of coal, that doesn't mean it's a gift either.
William Oldroyd's first film since 2016's 'Lady Macbeth' is an intriguing story that never quite goes where you expect.