Bring It On is a “full-on musical farce“ and a great example of why Peyton Reed was a great fit for Ant-Man.
This 60s set romp both satirizes and puts a modern twist on the mid-century sex comedy.
With the news of Scarlett Johansson being cast in a trans role, it’s time to have a serious talk.
Put your expectations aside; Spielberg’s sequel is a well-constructed mix of terror and playful joy.
A case is made that Joe Johnston’s film is the best of the Jurassic sequels.
The strong female characters and voices behind the camera are the highlight of this refreshing rom-com.
This Oscar-nominated Hitch thriller set its psychological game in the battlefield of a marriage.
This forgotten attempt at parody from Hitch should probably stay that way.
The latest “Fresh Eyes” examines Bigelow’s Oscar winning war film.
Hitchcock wasn’t too fond of this, his final silent film, but it still holds some of his trademark flourishes.
Showcasing this week’s best screenings in Austin, Texas.
Our “I Was Wrong” series returns with this second look at the action sequel.
Kelly Reichardt’s captivating and emotional story of a girl and her dog is this month’s pick.