Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s irreverent indulgence of a film, on Netflix next month, follows a middle-aged director through a swirl of real and imagined happenings.
A documentary about a pair of NASA’s rovers on the red planet sidesteps technical detail in favor of wonder and inspiration.
Set in 1980 New York, writer-director James Gray’s autobiographically inspired movie follows two young friends—one white, one black—whose paths gradually diverge.
Elizabeth Banks and Sigourney Weaver star in a film about the Jane Collective, a Chicago activist group that facilitated abortions in the years before Roe v. Wade.
“Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” and “Mark of the Vampire,” each restored in 4K and available on Blu-ray, are prime, chilling examples of 1930s Hollywood horror.
Colin Farrell stars in Martin McDonagh’s dark comedy, which tells the quietly sagacious story of a simple man on an Irish island whose best friend suddenly spurns him.
In this dopey DC Comics ‘Shazam!’ spinoff, the usually genial Dwayne Johnson stars as Teth Adam, a murderously angry godlike figure.
Julia Roberts and George Clooney star as ex-spouses who must band together to prevent their daughter’s seemingly ill-advised marriage in this rom-com directed by Ol Parker.
Danielle Deadwyler gives an astonishing performance as Mamie Till in this movie that chronicles the infamous lynching of her son and her insistence on making clear the horrors of that crime.
Jamie Lee Curtis returns once more as Laurie Strode in the latest installment of the fright-filled franchise where Haddonfield, Ill., is stalked by Michael Myers and a host of horrors.
Cate Blanchett is a force of nature as the conductor Lydia Tár in Todd Field’s intense and relentless film about a genius haunted by past misdeeds.
Swedish filmmaker Ruben Östlund’s impressive three-part class comedy follows the chaos that occurs when the expected order of things is overturned aboard a luxury yacht.
This star-studded period piece from David O. Russell features Christian Bale and John David Washington as war buddies who team up to investigate the death of an old friend.
Raffiella Chapman plays a girl guided by her paralyzed father in this beautifully depicted sci-fi film about the haves and have-nots in a dystopian future.
Billy Eichner is a cynical and abrasive gay podcaster who finds his ideas about romance challenged after he meets a cool and charming lawyer played by Luke Macfarlane.
This boxed set of Blu-rays and DVDS, curated by Martin Scorsese and distributed by the Criterion Collection, contains six recently restored foreign-language films, forgotten or unknown beyond their native countries.
Bella Ramsey stars as the impish Lady Catherine, a teen trying to avoid her father’s schemes to marry her off, in Lena Dunham’s hilarious adaptation of the Karen Cushman young-adult novel.
‘The Stepford Wives’ meets ‘The Twilight Zone’ in Olivia Wilde’s poorly paced movie starring the impeccable Florence Pugh as an increasingly desperate postwar housewife.
Saoirse Ronan, Adrien Brody and Sam Rockwell star in this murder mystery inspired by Agatha Christie that has all of the classic elements of her novels but none of the verve.
Viola Davis delivers a stunning performance as the commanding general Nanisca in this less-than-winning movie about a battalion of 19th-century female Dahomey warriors.