A superhero masterpiece realized through renegade means.
Endless Summer continues with Andrew Kimmel's look at Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
Smile-inducing sweetness this shortened summer sorely needs.
A sequel whose degenerate charms have only aged like a fine wine.
A slight swing-and-a-miss that at least leaves behind a cool breeze.
Lou Harry's latest movie-based tabletop gaming column tackles old classics and new tie-in favorites.
Ben Sears' Happy Valley sojourn continues with a trip to David Spade's signature installment.
An often hilarious, but also redundant, documentary that gets sloppy when things turn serious.
An existing Criterion selection gets a 4K-remaster upgrade.
A prototypical twentysomething dramedy seasoned with small-budget technical skill.
A gritty Christian film that still ends in soft rock and a foregone forgiveness-based conclusion.
Sam revisits a goth-grunge guilty pleasure he saw in the summer of 1997.