Noah Baumbach’s “White Noise” Is More Oddity Than Masterpiece
Here’s what to expect from the Netflix film, starring Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig
Anya Taylor-Joy Is the Heart of Horror-Comedy “The Menu”
The actress serves as audience surrogate in the film, which skewers the pretentious fine-dining world
“Causeway” Is a Return to Form for Jennifer Lawrence
But why do Lawrence the serious actress and J-Law the movie star have to be two separate things?
Amy Schumer Hosted the Best “SNL” of the Year So Far. Why Didn’t Anyone Care?
In 2015, there was skepticism over whether "SNL" could do her work justice. Things are very different now.
What Quentin Tarantino’s List of “Perfect” Films Reveals About Youth and Moviegoing
Are we all biased towards the movies that came out when we were young?
The Rock, George Clooney and the Art of Bouncing Back From a Superhero Flop
Sometimes even the most box office-friendly star has a hard time launching a franchise
“Bros” Is Groundbreaking, But Not in the Way You Think
Whether or not you buy that it's the "first gay rom-com," Billy Eichner's film is refreshingly sex positive
Does "Don't Worry Darling" Still Work When We Ignore All the Gossip Around It?
Unfortunately, the off-screen drama is more compelling than the Olivia Wilde film itself
“Clerks III” Highlights What Kevin Smith and Richard Linklater Have in Common
The latest "Clerks" sequel retroactively turns the whole series into Smith's answer to Linklater's "Before" trilogy
“Barbarian” Offers a Delightful Twist on Horror Movie Conventions
The tale of an Airbnb rental gone wrong has plenty of tricks up its sleeve
“The Invitation,” “Day Shift” and the State of the Vampire Movie
We live in a post-"Twilight" world where bloodsuckers don't really need to be scary