As new movies are being released onto streaming services, instead of in theaters, people’s willingness to leave their homes to attend the cinema has been affected.
“Dune” excels in the picturesque but makes sacrifices in the narrative.
Lots of people are rediscovering “The Parent Trap” — and it’s the perfect time to rewatch it.
Despite xenophobia and the struggles of the COVID-19 pandemic, "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” allows Asian Americans to feel a sense of community for 132 minutes.
Andra Day is excellent as Billie Holiday in 'The United States Vs. Billie Holiday' but the film around her cannot decide exactly what story it wants to tell.
'Moxie' is a great movie for our time, as it showcases a diverse cast and touches on areas of concern that are becoming increasingly important for future generations.
An extremely visceral and genuinely heartbreaking coming of age story, “Cherry” caught my attention from a pop culture podcast I frequent on a regular basis.
In Emerald Fennell's "Promising Young Woman," Cassie Thomas (Carey Mulligan) is a misunderstood hero fighting crime in a modern day society.
Coming at the right time, "Nomadland" centers around human fragility and mimics a documentary with unique storytelling.
"Judas and The Black Messiah" is a movie that needs to be experienced to truly comprehend the gravitas behind the material and it could not come at a better time.
With 'Soul,' Pixar asks more of their viewers, as the characters display deep thought and emotion throughout the wild ride that illustrates essence of life.
While there’s no denying that Sam Levinson’s “Malcolm & Marie” looks good on screen, the director seems to think that the eye-catching imagery and his actors’ performances are enough to sway us.
"The Little Things," starring Jared Leto, Rami Malek, Denzel Washington, lacks originality and mimics the dull and current feeling of a repetitive reality.
“Crip Camp” tells the story of a camp for disabled children in upstate New York and how that camp inspired several disabled individuals to become leaders in the disability rights movement.
Margot Robbie reprises her role as the quirky DC character, who is dealing with a breakup from her ex-boyfriend, Joker, and an array of newfound enemies.
One of 2019s most emotional films, "Waves" is a pure human drama.
Gerwig, who directed one of the top movies of 2019, was not included on the all-male list of best director nominees.
The 92nd Academy Awards on Sunday will honor a remarkable year for motion pictures. Before the ceremony begins, here's a break down of who will most likely win and who was snubbed from each category.