Megan Mehta, University of Illinois at Chicago
The new film based on the mega-popular video game franchise is a triumph.
The new docuseries from David Gelb is a far departure from his calling card, ‘Chef’s Table.’
At some point, everybody needs a new Netflix fix.
Could Lust take the form of a space race?
Just say the word.
Burton’s vision, unsurprisingly, overrode the narrative.
Peele’s second horror film is even more ambitious than his first.
She even has a thing or two on Wonder Woman.
Grown-up issues packaged in child-friendly animation.
It might be one of the most visually stunning films of the year.
It pretends it’s not a rom-com, but it sure acts like one.
How does ‘The Fuentes Identity’ sound?
The multitalented Indian American was incorporating activism into his acting long before it was cool.
This week’s Sundance winners are next year’s Oscars.
One key character is conspicuously missing from the newest trailer.
The film can be a little self-indulgent, but who cares?
Whoever wins, this year is going to be very, very close.
The numbers were good, but the film not so much.
You’re not going to want to miss this one.
The Amazon series is quietly becoming one of the best shows in the streaming-service universe.
After starring in ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ and ‘Ocean’s 8,’ the Queens native has become an articulate voice for diversity in media.
2018 saved the best for the last.
During his lifetime, even Lee was amazed with how popular the MCU had become.
Larsson’s books and their adaptations succeeded because they bucked stereotypes, something no one told Fede Álvarez.
An A-list actor does not a good movie make.
In fact, the true focus of the movie came as a surprise to many.
It’s a message: stand up for what you believe in, regardless of the consequences.
Sony’s foray into the Marvel universe is predictably formulaic.
The entertainment renaissance man has now tried and succeeded in almost every facet of film production.
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