Despite all the hoopla, it’s hard to see this so-called definitive chapter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe as anything but punctuation.
Sicario: Day of the Soldado picks up where the original left off and finds a spot at the crossroads between macho posturing and utter hopelessness.
Ryan Reynolds and director David Leitch struggle to keep this superhero sequel fresh.
Juggling a massive cast and a last act that made us say “Holy shit!” was not what we expected from Infinity War.
Joseph Kosinski’s film of the Granite Mountain Hotshots (mostly) avoids the clichés.
The Coen Brothers made a musical comedy with a million characters, plot threads and axes to grind.
Quebec director Denis Villeneuve teases a fascinating film out of what could’ve been a generic crime thriller.
Inherent Vice, an adaptation of a cacophonous, freewheeling detective novel by Thomas Pynchon, is indecipherable, unfocused and incredible.
Spike Lee’s remake of Park Chan-wook’s 2003 revenge flick Oldboy is pretty unnecessary.