Hollywood loves a good story, and 2022’s leading Oscar contenders – Kristen Stewart, Jamie Dornan, and Will Smith – share a pretty great one.
Tonal mismatches, scenery-chewing, and unhinged chaos run amok in Ridley Scott’s stab at high-fashion extravagance.
Lin-Manuel Miranda directs a heartfelt tribute to Jonathan Larson that’s almost too much.
An exceptional Will Smith leads this crowd-pleasing drama about the two tennis legends.
Kenneth Branagh’s sojourn to his youth in Northern Ireland is easy to love, even if it feels a bit strange.
Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga are marvelous in this strikingly modern film about “passing” as white in the 1920s.
Pablo Larraín transforms a royal Christmas into a gilded torture cage that’s almost too much, if it weren’t for a luminous Kristen Stewart.
Jeymes Samuel’s directorial debut is a worthy addition to shamefully sparse film canon, with stylish direction and excellent performances.
Once deemed “too big to succeed,” Denis Villeneuve’s sci-fi epic is an overwhelming cinematic triumph.