In space, no one can hear you yawn.
“Child’s Play” rides the line between horror-comedy and outright comedy.
"Midsommar" is a masterpiece of world-building and atmosphere.
“Moka” is an eerie, poignant film that rejuvenates the revenge thriller by stripping it to its basics.
"Dark Phoenix" is not a great movie, or even an ambitious movie, but it is an entertaining movie.
“Theeb” proves that the elemental can be more powerful than the epic.
Like so many films before it, “Rocketman” takes the dazzling and uncomfortable complexities of the Genius Artist and chains them to a familiar framework.
Chomsky identifies the quality of productive scientists as “a willingness to be puzzled by seemingly simple things.” Perhaps this is the secret to productive conversation as well.
Is expertly choreographed brutality enough to keep you happy for two hours, or will it merely get on your wick? One way or the other, this film holds the answer.
“Suleiman Mountain” draws a sensitive but unromantic portrait of daily life along the remote byways of Kyrgyzstan.