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Elsa, Anna and that goofy snowman return with another irresistible mix of big laughs, killer tunes and operatic moments.
Haunted by the ghosts of a better film, a sequel to The Shining exploits horror-fan obsessions without understanding the fear.
Shia LaBeouf purges the demons of his past in a boldly styled piece of autobiographical self-examination.
No one was clamoring for a reboot, and this one is uncomfortable in its own skin.
A Nazi boy befriends a fantasy Führer in Taika Waititi's audacious WWII comedy.
Director Robert Eggers’s first film after The Witch is a swirling descent into madness that takes your breath away.
Joaquin Phoenix is devastating as a monster-in-the-making in this incendiary tale of abuse and psychopathy.
Pedro Almodóvar’s nostalgia-soaked memoir is a humane journey into an aging director’s soul.
Featuring powerhouse performances by Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver, Noah Baumbach's divorce drama is a bruising tour de force.
Bong Joon-ho’s latest is the dazzling social-satire-cum-home-invasion-drama we need right now.
The term Italian neorealism has become so firmly tied to
this film that it’s hard to view it on its merits. Stripped of all that
weight—the films it...
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From Snow White to Frozen, we explore the brilliant best and woeful worst of Disney animated films.
As long as there is fantasy in film, audiences will also yearn for the truth—or something close to it.