Julianne Moore plays a middle-aged divorced woman looking for late-in-life love.
Two filmmaking giants debate how to balance accessibility with a sense of cinematic occasion.
This tale of an Icelandic eco-activist offers clever counterprogramming to ‘Captain Marvel.’
Brie Larson never finds the sweet spot between low-key humor and the compelling machisma her character deserves.
The Oscar-winner is a hit with audiences but came in for harsh criticism after its big win.
The feature debut of gifted animator Milorad Krstic is a visual pastiche, and not much else.
Isabelle Huppert and Chloë Grace Moretz star in a tale of obsession and violence.
Faced with a field of audacious and ambitious films, the academy gave its top award to a feel-good movie about race and friendship.
From Spike to Schrader to some common sense from Frances McDormand.
Should “La La Land” win best picture?