Just Mercy is a beautiful example of the work, the courage and the faith it takes to push against the …
The promise of this witty, PG-rated period piece is briefly undermined by some surprising content.
This film feels anything but appropriate for families of young kids—the very audience you’d assume it’s made for.
Wendy is an imaginative and, I think, moving rumination on youth and age, dreams and grief.
This reboot’s empowering messages are ultimately undermined by its content concerns.
The Banker offers respect for capitalism, a social conscience and a sense of fun—not a combination you find often.
While this film is factual, well-made and eye-opening, it isn’t necessarily … enjoyable.
Knives Out layers on a bit more content than your typical Agatha Christie story.
Frozen II is not a slam-dunk, take-the-whole-fam movie for everyone.
This horror pic becomes less and less credible—not to mention and less and less watchable—by the second.