Though the film is set in the year 2027, the world of “Children of Men” feels devastatingly real in comparison to our world today.
The conservative propaganda in “Dragged Across Conrete” turns into a satire of police violence that hides behind a well-made action film.
With “Us,” Jordan Peele has created a phenomenal follow-up to “Get Out,” cementing himself as the most exciting voice in horror films today.
By far the best aspect of Bo Burnham’s vision is how compassionate and judgment-free his reflection of adolescence is.
Ultimately, the 2019 Academy Awards provided an entertaining buildup to the evening’s true failure: the “Green Book” Best Picture win.
As a bizarre amalgamation of satire, comedy and horror, Dan Gilroy’s film “Velvet Buzzsaw” makes a snarky mockery of the art world.
A few weeks ago, NBA agent Rich Paul announced that his client, superstar Anthony Davis was demanding a trade from the New Orleans Pelicans
Award season is upon us, meaning that it’s time to root for the best films of the year, grumble about films that are showered
CW: Mentions of sexual assault and violence “Bohemian Rhapsody” won Best Motion Picture – Drama at the 2019 Golden Globes in early January. A
I saw “Roma” in a sold out 3:20 p.m. showing at the IFC Theater in New York City and was floored by the film.