As TIFF starts to wind down, we weigh in on the new Springsteen concert documentary, a refreshing English teen drama and a complete misfire starring Natalie Portman.
There’s nothing really novel about Bad Times at the El Royale, except that it resurrects a quasi-genre with panache.
This Apatowian all-star comedy has a lot going for it, but it doesn’t live up to its own (true) story.
A dozen things we knew we were going to see in an ’80s-set political thriller with Jon Hamm and Rosamund Pike.
The music-video-pedigreed director on putting plot on the backburner and collaborating with indie film darling Alex Ross Perry.
Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver is all about the joy of cinema, despite its imperfections.
This movie is straight out of the ’80s, and not in a good way.
The complicated process of reviewing Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie.