This is definitely Julia Child 101, but it’s an accessible introduction to the life and work of a culinary pioneer.
if you’re walking into a Wes Anderson movie, you should know what you’re getting just as surely as someone cracking The New Yorker.
Denis Villeneuve’s “Dune” is an engrossing epic, truly a must-see theatrical experience. It’s everything you hope and more.
Unfortunately, the new biopic fails Tammy Faye as a character: we see the tragedy of her story, but not her complexity as a person.
Natalia Dyer stars in writer Karen Maine’s directorial debut, the story of a Catholic girl in the AOL era who’s told she can’t bop.
“Ancient Caves” is a welcome oasis of wonder and hope in the context of clear-eyed science. It’s a triumph for the format.
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George Lucas was inspired to create Chewbacca, Han Solo’s furry copilot, when he saw his wife running errands with the..
Director William Eubank and writers Brian Duffield and Adam Cozad fail to bring anything notably original to the screen in this derivative undersea SF.
Greta Gerwig’s movie is a sort of remix, conceived with a metatextual knowingness that becomes increasingly apparent as the film unfolds.
In tidying Lucy’s story, Noah Hawley ends up with the worst of both worlds: a film that both makes its central character look ridiculous AND implausible.
Todd Phillips’s “Joker” is very well-made, but it’s a very bad movie — not because of what’s onscreen, but because of what’s not.
The action sequences are genuinely original, and director James Gray conducts Brad Pitt through a generous array of striking SF environments.