The celebrated South Korean auteur’s latest is biting, brutal, and beyond brilliance.
All due respect to the nominees, but this year’s lack of diversity feels especially egregious.
It was a great night for Taron Egerton, not so much for Martin Scorsese.
Jonathan Pryce and Anthony Hopkins find friendship in this charmingly quirky but uneven film.
Derivative and tacky, the singer’s comeback record kicks the year off wrong.
Playful and heartfelt, the latest adaptation of the iconic novel is a vital addition to the canon, and another success for its director.