“Triangle of Sadness” completes Östlund’s triptych about men and money, but with a looseness that feels like aloofness.
Siddhant Adlakha reviews a new documentary that examines the government’s Potemkin protests of the late 1960s.
Reviled by the Far-Right and pulled from theaters last fall, the new thriller plays it safe while pitting red against blue.
Highlights include a unique take on "Joker," a powerful review of the 58th Venice Biennale and a probing interview with Errol Morris.
Director Sam Mendes renders a memorable World War I mission in one gob-smacking edit.
How is it that a story written 150 years ago manages to speak to the many moments at which it’s been reimagined for moviegoers?
The TV icon’s enduring appeal, and his ability to serve as an anti-venom to Trumpism, get a worthy boost with Tom Hanks in the red cardigan.
Based on the 2014 Senate probe into the use of "enhanced interrogation," "The Report" sheds light on a shameful chapter in U.S. history.
Filmmaker Lauren Greenfield looks at Imelda Marcos then and now, older but still toxic.
The scope of "The Irishman" is as big as the U.S., and the director delivers a hit that lives up to the hype—and then some.
A stunningly acted portrayal of big-screen icon Judy Garland’s final years serves as a cautionary tale for the Me Too generation.
A new documentary chronicles the life and exploits of Roy Cohn, the audacious opportunist who cultivated our current president.
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