Quick Take: An Evening of Secrets
The Party: Even if the dialogue has moments there are no big laughs.
The Shape of Water: A monster movie with heart and a gorgeous visual look.
Review: Meet the Miserables
Magnolia: Paul Thomas Anderson keeps it entertaining in spite of all the heartache and maintains a quick pace.
Some people are grappling with their anger and disgust at stars like Kevin Spacey. As a fan of movies and a critic, there is only one answer for me.
Bernard Koerner captures some of the tragedy and pop-culture fascination with skyjackings of the 1970s.
I was curious to see how the actual 1692 witch trials have been covered in movies.
Review: Love in Two Eras
The French Lieutenant’s Woman: A supremely clever idea to balance these two affairs.
Quick Take: Christmas Partying
A Bad Moms Christmas: Sometimes the filmmakers almost stumble over something vaguely profound to say about motherhood, but most jokes fall flat.