Those looking for a superbly acted, magnificently plotted, gorgeously designed, explicit East Asian period soap opera will be richly rewarded.
Netflix’s horror selection is full of bargain-basement obscurities. Here are some worth watching.
Everyone involved, including star Tom Hanks and returning series director Ron Howard, is just going through the motions.
The true story of the long libel case regarding Holocaust denial is a fascinating legal and historical milestone.
The 2014 Ouija was one of the worst horror movies in recent memory, but the new one is unexpectedly good.
It plays like a Chevy Chase comedy from the '90s, but even Chevy would have known to stay away.
Naturally, he punches and kicks a bunch of people.
The B-movie legend leaves behind dozens of films and a legacy of support and collaboration with the local community.
Hart turns every one of his rich person’s problems into a reflection on his own insecurities.
The whole thing is probably worth seeing just to hear Chris O’Dowd say “mascotery” in his Irish brogue.
Director Andrea Arnold captures a striking look at American life on the margins with some beautiful cinematography.
The action is surrounded by increasingly far-fetched and clumsily delivered exposition.