The Sense of An Ending is a slow-burn affair with no spark.
A United Kingdom is a heartwarming love story that willingly steals a few tears.
The Great Wall feels like the superior source material for Starship Troopers.
The Space Between Us lives up to its promise before crashing to the surface.
The Founder is a whirlwind story that could thin the thickest shake.
Split is an improvement over his last, oh, seven or so films, but that’s not saying much.
A Monster Calls plays with your emotions like a master painter plays with colors.
Lion fills you with a sense of empathy that we afford to only our closest loved ones.
Passengers is the perfect film for people disinterested in plot challenges of any type.
La La Land is a far cry from the polished gem of Chazelle’s previous effort.