In ‘Hawkeye,’ an also-ran Avenger becomes a mentor — eventually

by Glenn Weldon In the Marvel series Hawkeye, the stakes are low. Comfortably so. Cozily so, even. The planet isn’t in

A Disgraced Interrogator Gambles On Redemption In ‘The Card Counter’

by Justin Chang The signature Paul Schrader image is of a lonely middle-aged man nursing a glass of booze and

‘The Woman In The Window’ Locks Amy Adams Inside

by Linda Holmes The Woman In The Window has been a little … snakebit, let’s just get that out

‘Jupiter’s Legacy’ Decodes The Superhero Genre Without Subverting It

by Glen Weldon You’d be forgiven for wondering how Netflix’s Jupiter’s Legacy compares to other recent entries in the glut

The 2021 Oscars Recap

by Linda Holmes, Aisha Harris, Glen Weldon, and Stephen Thompon We are wrapping up this year’s Oscars. It was a big night for Nomadland, which took best picture, best actress for Frances McDormand, and a historic best director win for Chloé Zhao. But there were also huge upsets, most notably in best actor, where Anthony Hopkins

Cinerama Dome Among ArcLight, Pacific Theaters To Close Due To Pandemic Losses

ArcLight Cinemas and Pacific Theaters said late Monday they are ceasing operations, closing all of their roughly 300 screens mostly found in California.

Emerald Fennell’s ‘Promising Young Woman’ Doesn’t Let Anyone Off The Hook

by Sam Briger In the dark comedy Promising Young Woman, Cassie (Carey Mulligan) works at a coffee shop by day,

For Actor-Activist Sacha Baron Cohen, Being Called A ‘Bouffon’ Is A Good Thing

by Elizabeth Blair British actor and satirist Sacha Baron Cohen is having a very nice year, as his fictional character

‘Soul’ Creators On Passion, Purpose And Realizing You’re ‘Enough’

by Terry Gross The Oscar-nominated movie Soul tackles passion, purpose and the meaning of life — topics that aren’t usually

Lara Jean Says Goodbye In ‘To All The Boys: Always And Forever’

by Linda Holmes, Kiana Fitzgerald, and E. Alex Jung In 2018, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before was a