The legendary singer’s life and impact get lost amidst a flurry of confounding directing choices.
Even with fiery performances and strong direction, Shaka King’s film keeps the civil rights icon at a distance.
If you can make it past the overwrought writing and unwavering pretentiousness, you will witness two of Hollywood’s most promising talents.
The pop icon has finally found a breakthrough role, just in a middling film.
Through the power of music and Blackness, Pixar takes on a charming, enjoyable metaphysical journey.
Carey Mulligan commands this pitch-black comedic thriller about revenge, retribution, and rape culture.
Vanessa Kirby and company give powerful performances, but this film about loss gets lost itself.
Vividly rendered and intimately crafted, this story of Korean immigrants in middle America defies language, location, and generation.
The screen adaptation is almost too faithful to August Wilson’s play, but any tension melts away when a luminous Chadwick Boseman and fiery Viola Davis enter the frame.
Stunning but overstuffed, Fincher’s tribute to ‘Citizen Kane’ may require a study guide.
Director Darius Marder’s depiction of the Deaf community is nuanced, graceful, and dignified.
Armie Hammer and Lily James fail to justify this remake of the Alfred Hitchcock classic.