One of the last decade's best — and sadly underseen — documentaries gets new life from Criterion.
James Ledesma examines "Green Book" from the perspective of a biracial man's foray into a music-tour career.
Like "Lion" if Lars von Trier made it.
Eye-catching, but emotionally inaccessible, flotsam floating downstream.
An agreeable, amiable period piece.
The 2018 model of boring, boilerplate bad-cop thriller.
Director Barry Jenkins follows up "Moonlight" with this sensuous portrait of love and commiseration.
Mitch Ringenberg's 10 favorite films of 2018.
Nick takes a look back at the highlights, and some lowlights, of 2018.
This "A Quiet Place" inversion skips right past blind and heads straight to dumb.
Exceedingly strange and inconsistent, but not without its strengths.
Evil, disingenuous garbage that makes a mockery of America's opioid crisis.