Drop what you’re doing and watch it now, children of the ’90s.
The movie, streaming on Netflix, attempts to rewrite history, taking sides with the Cuban regime against the Cuban people and
America’s leading good guy sticks to what works in Greyhound.
A monument to political egotism self-destructs.
Why Lawrence of Arabia holds up so well.
A famously truth-telling comedian promotes a false narrative about police killings.
Watch Nanette to understand the modern Left, then watch Douglas to laugh a little.
The Last Poets’ eloquence outshines the ‘no justice, no peace’ drone of today.
Lovably odd characters and the dry understatement of Bill Nighy spell success in Sometimes Always Never.
A new low-budget sci-fi movie straight out of the 1950s asks deeper questions.
Gone with the Wind has drawn controversy over its portrayal of African Americans in the antebellum South.
The new series by David Simon and Ed Burns is beautifully shot and acted, but its message of looming totalitarianism
It wasn’t a perfect show, but today’s critics give it short shrift.
Competing in the ultimate physical, social, and mental challenge, contestants demonstrate how much excellence human beings are capable of.
All is not vanity, but gift.
He survived the crash of 1929 by working from dawn to dusk, always loving America and defending its founding principles.
Norma McCorvey died in 2017, but shortly prior to her death she was interviewed by documentary filmmaker Nick Sweeney.
A lot of stale humor pads Jerry Seinfeld’s new Netflix standup set.
Michelle Obama has had a blessed American life, but she’s all about her grievances in her Netflix documentary.
The first lady exaggerates racial slights against her in her new Netflix documentary.
Alex Garland’s latest directorial effort forces us to confront an uncomfortable reality.
Good cause, bad TV.
It’s perfect to binge-watch during a national lockdown.
If he were around today, he’d be mocking today’s pieties, not joining the chorus. A new documentary about him misses
The zombie can represent anything, or nothing—and that may be the source of its pop-culture durability.
Human difference, even to some extent human imperfection, would be a terrible thing to lose, and yet all technology is
Hanks and wife Rita Wilson are currently in Australia, where Hanks was to begin production on a movie about the
Both The Candidate (1972) and Bulworth (1998) remain windows into the soul of the Democrats. They’re telling explorations of how
Vince Gilligan’s Breaking Bad prequel is the most heartbreaking drama ever to appear on TV.
Jussie Smollett pleaded not guilty on Monday to new felony charges related to allegations that he paid two acquaintances to stage
No other Broadway musical since West Side Story has produced such a widely known and universally beloved slate of songs.
“I think at times we feel or are made to feel that we champion different causes. But for me, I
It’s when our reviewer, as a boy in the Soviet Union, got his first taste of American movies. He leads
The new Netflix/Obamas documentary presents some uncomfortable facts for supporters of capitalism.
A four-hour documentary shows Hillary Clinton is still blaming America for her failures.
The TV comedy is surprisingly deep.
Russia is a Putinocracy and has been for this entire century.
An African-French first-time director has made a superb police drama.
A British film about the referendum portrays brilliantly the political currents that shocked the U.K.’s ruling class.
2010’s lessons for 2020.
Behold as I make my case with absolute metaphysical certitude (your results may vary, though).
A feminist diatribe that Michelle Obama could love
Why choose ‘Rhinestone Cowboy’ to wrap up the movie? I think it’s a sly confession. Glen Campbell and Bruce Springsteen
We live in a golden age of the documentary.
Sam Mendes is the real star of Sam Mendes’s new World War I drama.
From big-studio blockbusters to a couple of first-timers.
Donors to conservative candidates should also finance media projects that promote their values.
Uncut Gems is a plunge into a gritty city of grifters and loan sharks.
Over the decades, through movies bad and good, he always makes the most of his part.
Black Hollywood’s new self-exploitation.