The Nineties film points toward a troubling lack of ethics.
Bruno Dumont continues his study of faith, skepticism, and power.
Ron Howard, posing as a populist, lacks the common touch.
Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan go for GLAAD awards.
An Indie filmmaker casts his ballot for election fraud.
America’s evil past, dished up, smugly, as an allegory for our sinful present.
Liberal Hollywood loves black martyrs and ignores Wright’s larger message, including his renunciation of Communism.
As a visionary, he rivets. As a sloganeer, beset with TDS, he alienates and disappoints.
Millennial art and politics distort a new Jack London adaptation.
Shelby Steele and his brother confront racial folklore in their radical documentary What Killed Michael Brown?
Collaborating with Spike Lee has ruined a pop icon.
Netflix’s latest cultural-engineering effort.
Miranda July’s American exposé is mistimed for the COVID era.
The Human Voice caters to progressive political allies.
The paean to tribalism is pleasing to China — and profitable. The girl-power plot is tired.
Atom Egoyan reduces social and spiritual crises to metaphors.
As fall approaches, the summer’s viral sensation gets a failing grade.
Rethinking the DNC convention playlist.
Poor storytelling and cliché romance expose a filmmaker’s predictable agenda.
The message of Black Is King is 'Let them eat bling.’