Skip to main content
Got a tip?
Newsletters

Latest Movie Reviews

‘Viral’: Film Review | Hot Docs 2021

In this documentary composed only of YouTube videos, Udi Nir and Sagi Bornstein follow seven Gen Z vloggers during an unprecedented year.

‘Oxygen’ (‘Oxygène’): Film Review

Mélanie Laurent plays an amnesiac who wakes up in a cryogenic pod with a countdown on her life in Alexandre Aja's lean Netflix sci-fi survival thriller.

‘Here Are the Young Men’: Film Review

Eoin Macken adapts Rob Doyle's novel of post-high school malaise in 2003 Dublin, with a young ensemble cast featuring Anya Taylor-Joy.

‘Wuhan Wuhan’: Film Review | Hot Docs 2021

Award-winning documentarian Yung Chang takes an inside look at the city where COVID-19 emerged.

‘Separation’: Film Review

Rupert Friend, Brian Cox, Madeline Brewer and Mamie Gummer star in William Brent Bell's horror film about a little girl whose demonic puppets seem to come to life.

‘The Virtuoso’: Film Review

A professional assassin takes a challenging small-town assignment in a thriller starring Anson Mount, Abbie Cornish and Anthony Hopkins.

‘Things Heard & Seen’: Film Review

Amanda Seyfried plays a woman who suspects her house — and her husband — may be harboring dark secrets in Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini's Netflix horror film.

‘Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse’: Film Review

Michael B. Jordan stars as a Navy SEAL caught up in a U.S.-Russian conspiracy while avenging the murder of his wife and unborn child in Stefano Sollima's visceral action thriller, streaming on Amazon.

‘The Outside Story’: Film Review

Brian Tyree Henry gives his first big-screen lead turn as a lovelorn New Yorker locked out of his apartment in Casimir Nozkowski’s feature debut.

‘Cliff Walkers’: Film Review

Zhang Yimou’s first spy thriller sends an ace team of Communist agents into the WW2 Japanese stronghold of Manchukuo.

Critic’s Notebook: How ‘Nomadland’ Became the Film of Our Moment

'Nomadland,' Chloé Zhao's Oscar-winning ode to independence and isolation, became an anthem for the dysphoria of 2020. 

‘Mortal Kombat’: Film Review

Newcomer Simon McQuoid reboots the would-be film franchise based on the long-running game series.