The Iron Claw, directed by Sean Durkin, and starring Zac Efron, is a harrowing tale of masculinity gone amok.
Ferrari's narrative feels a bit shapeless at times, but director Michael Mann delivers a mostly engaging meditation on masculine power and insecurity.
Craig Before the Creek is a harmless prequel film, but it could have been larger and more memorable.
The lasting effects of grief are the central theme of All of Us Strangers, a quiet, affecting movie about one man reaching out for human connection.
Liberty is a protest film that carries important themes but doesn't contain much entertainment value. Here's CBR's review.
Zack Snyder's long-awaited space opera has more depth than it seems –or than its run time allows for. Here's CBR's review.
Fully equipped with an excellent ensemble cast and a nail-biting script, Sam Esmail delivers a knock-out of a thriller with Leave the World Behind.
A Disturbance in the Force looks at the good and bad of the Star Wars Holiday Special - one of the weirdest parts of the franchise.
REVIEW: Everyone Will Burn Starts Strong, But Falls Apart Due to an Overlong Runtime and Overstuffed Narrative
Everyone Will Burn features impressive visuals and poignant performances, but this Spanish horror film convolutes itself with too many themes.
Prime Video releases Merry Little Batman, with a family-friendly version of the DC Comics character, for the Christmas season. Here's CBR's review.
Mr. Monk's Last Case is the Monk movie fans wanted, but the Peacock effort leans too hard into updating the TV show to a post-COVID world.
Hayao Miyazaki's first feature film in 10 years, The Boy and the Heron, is a life-affirming, animated masterpiece. Here's CBR's review.
Todd Haynes' latest film, May December, puts Julianne Moore in the hot seat as an actress threatens her way of life. Here's CBR's review.
Toho Studios' latest take on the classic Kaiju is its most entrhalling, poignant and thrilling yet in Godzilla Minus One. Here's CBR's review.
After a mock trailer attached to Grindhouse, Eli Roth delivers his finest horror movie yet in the holiday slasher Thanksgiving. Here's CBR's review.
REVIEW: Please Don't Destroy: The Treasure of Foggy Mountain is an Unfunny Comedy with a Major Lack of Focus
Unfortunately, Please Don't Destroy's first feature-length film offers a painfully predictable story and fails to elicit almost any laughs.
REVIEW: Great Direction and a Stellar Lead Performance Can't Save The Killer's Underdeveloped Script
Netflix's The Killer is intriguing due to Michael Fassbender in the lead role and David Fincher's direction, but the script goes nowhere fast.