The Suicide Squad is the most fun you’ll have at the movies all summer, as James Gunn serves up a gloriously gory and gut-busting superhero spectacle.
The Green Knight is a mesmerizing and marvelously crafted masterwork from director David Lowery, who effortlessly enlivens the Arthurian legend of yore.
Stillwater is so much more than its simple logline would lead you to believe, blending sentimentality with suspense to create a brutally captivating concoction.
Pig is a solemn yet subtly stirring character study that expertly subverts expectations, elevated by Nicolas Cage’s best performance in nearly two decades.
Black Widow is a fitting finale for star Scarlett Johansson that simultaneously sets up captivating new characters to carry on her legacy.
The Forever Purge is another powerfully political piece of action horror art from the hit franchise, drawing on our current social strife for its scares.
Zola is the defining dark comedy of the digital age, thanks to Janicza Bravo’s daring direction and peerless performances from Taylour Paige and Riley Keough.
Ahead of the release of Friday’s The Forever Purge, we revisit all prior Purge films, ranked from worst to best.
Luca is Pixar at its most emotionally powerful, returning to the resonant storytelling that made the studio such a success to begin with.
Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway is another win for the family-friendly franchise, capturing the same comedic charm that made the first film such a success.