AT THE MOVIES: The sometimes flawed Dune is largely a dazzling cosmic affair
Let's Reminisce: The benefits of not remembering
AT THE MOVIES: A chat with Everybody’s Talking About Jamie cast, directors on musical, Ralph Ineson,
AT THE MOVIES: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is a thrilling adventure
AT THE MOVIES: An eerie dreamlike quality makes Candyman a largely satisfying horror sequel
AT THE MOVIES: Don’t celebrate Sean Penn’s Flag Day
AT THE MOVIES: The Suicide Squad is fresh and exciting
AT THE MOVIES: The flawed but interesting Annette has ambition to spare
AT THE MOVIES: Ailey has a tendency to trip on its own feet
AT THE MOVIES: Stillwater has ambition to spare but can’t quite realize its potential
AT THE MOVIES: Pig goes ham on being a meditation on coping with grief
AT THE MOVIES: Thanks to Florence Pugh and vulnerability, Black Widow packs an enjoyable punch
AT THE MOVIES: The Tomorrow War in an unpleasant tour of action blockbuster filmmaking
LET'S REMINISCE: Should we start mining the ocean floor?
AT THE MOVIES: 'I Carry You with Me' is rich with emotionally powerful filmmaking
AT THE MOVIES: The only fleetingly engaging False Positive largely lacks a pulse
AT THE MOVIES: The generic PIXAR title Luca struggles to find its sea legs
AT THE MOVIES: 96k reasons why 'In the Heights 'is simply glorious
AT THE MOVIES: Cruella provides more wicked fun than expected
AT THE MOVIES: Difficulties in adjusting to a new reality are vividly-realized in 'The Killing of Tw
AT THE MOVIES: The Human Factor is a straightforward but informative documentary
AT THE MOVIES: The Mitchells vs. The Machines delivers hysterical gags and creative animation
AT THE MOVIES: Without Remorse is a movie without much excitement
AT THE MOVIES: Take a big o'l swig of remarkable filmmaking with Another Round
AT THE MOVIES: The Father is a devastating and thoughtful work