This female-focused espionage actioner violently suggests the two genders are completely interchangeable.
Based on a real story, this film blends strong family messages with some equally strong sensuality.
Rather than being the creative rebirth this film’s title suggests, The Matrix Resurrections is more like a greatest hits reprise.
The Tragedy of Macbeth is rated R for blood and violence, a reminder even classics can still contain problematic content.
Swan Song is provocative, meditative and poignant. But its questions ignore some important answers, and it stirs in some unwanted—and …
National Champions has passion to spare, but it’s more diatribe than compelling story.
This gritty drama features both quiet nobility and desperate volatility as a recently paroled ex-con tries to protect her sister.
Being the Ricardos offers us a glimpse of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz that’s a lot grittier than their iconic …
Benedict Cumberbatch stars in a Western that’s both subtle brutal, nuanced and cruel, often at the same time.
C’mon C’mon’s redemptive story about an uncle’s tender relationship with his nephew has some unfortunate rough edges.