May skirt the truth when it comes to history but it uncovers a pure vein when exploring Mary’s inner life.
Represents a showcase for Aubrey Plaza, allowing viewers to see the breadth of her talent.
Kids will enjoy it and parents will be sufficiently diverted that they won’t be tempted to take a nap.
Although there is a fair amount of regurgitation of the news story, "The Dissident" offers sufficient new material to justify its existence.
In different times, it might have been possible to give "Greenland" a lukewarm recommendation for anyone looking for something frenetic and mindless.
As with almost everything directed by Steven Soderbergh, there’s a compulsive watchability to the proceedings.
A small film with big ideas, bigger speeches, and two towering performances.
May be Fincher’s most technically challenging production to-date but his laser-focus on perfection results in a tepid emotional temperature.
Clooney has accomplished something rare and unusual in today’s cinema – an epic science fiction motion picture that focuses on characters and ideas.
The action-flavored Western elements are handled adeptly but the movie’s strongest suit is the relationship between the veteran and his young traveling companion.
Moody, introspective, and meditative, "Nomadland" makes up for its meandering pace with its insights about human nature and its incisive portrait of indomitability.
Although inconsistently paced, there’s enough compelling material here to make for a challenging and thought-provoking fly-on-the-wall’s perspective.
Not for those who crave light, uplifting entertainment but for anyone who wants a precise, visceral experience from a motion picture.
Despite its awkward and uneven elements, "The Prom" offers enough high-energy moments to be seen as a passable motion picture adaptation of the stage play.
Although there are times when some of the tonal shifts can be jarring, the production as a whole feels rambunctious – a perfect concoction for the #meToo era.
This movie seeks to expand the mind and touch the heart without much concern about how many toys it will sell or whether there’s sequel potential.
Featuring a forceful central performance by Riz Ahmed, it achieves its life-affirming aim in such a way that it never feels cloying or preachy.
Falls short of its predecessor on a number of levels and suffers from many of the problems that plague superhero sequels.