This female-focused espionage actioner violently suggests the two genders are completely interchangeable.
A Hero reminds us—on multiple levels—that stories aren’t always what they seem.
If your family can make it past the sticky bits, there are some very interesting lessons here.
The Tragedy of Macbeth is rated R for blood and violence, a reminder even classics can still contain problematic content.
Steven Spielberg’s take on West Side Story is surprisingly traditional, but definitely not squeaky clean.
This sequel to the classic ’80s comedy actioner is exactly what you’d expect—in both good ways and bad.
Tick, Tick … Boom! gives viewers a creative peek behind the musical-biz curtain in all of its glory, emotion and …
King Richard has some rough edges. Bur rarely does a film show us what it takes to raise children—tennis stars …
Spencer, while showing Diana to be a sweet mother, endows her otherwise with little more than the morality found in …
Passing comes with a heavy message, a few content concerns and, unfortunately, no real redemption.