This revisionist tale of moviemaking has nothing new or interesting to say
Articles by Joe Lipsett
The Wolfgang Petersen film is mostly a military thriller, but the virus scenes still pack a punch
Jeff Wadlow’s remake of the ’70s television series is a plodding disaster.
It’s been 20 years and we’re still not over Gale’s bangs.
William Eubank’s film is an inspired homage to aquatic creature features.
The side-quel to the 2004 film features jump scares and decent gore, but little else.
Children’s television icon Fred Rogers becomes an unlikely hero for a struggling Esquire writer.
Trey Edward Shults’ family drama sinks under sordid plotting.
James Mangold’s underdog racing story strikes a familiar chord.
Noah Baumbach’s latest dramedy is equal parts heartbreaking and hilarious.
Everyone is back for a second go that feels exactly the same as the original (for better and worse).
Robert Eggers’ measured follow-up to The Witch is an arresting assembly of aesthetics.