“I’m sick of people stopping me on the street and asking me if I’m going to punch a hole in you like a Marriage Story wall.”
A comprehensive guide to all 25 features in the New York filmmaker’s iconic catalogue.
Lead singer Russel Mael unpacks the band’s latest A Steady Drip Drip Drip.
Bong Joon-ho’s comedy thriller changes the game for South Korea and international filmmaking.
Joker, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, 1917, and The Irishman lead this year’s contenders.
A complete assessment of this year’s slate of nominees.
Wonder Woman’s in the ’80s, Spike Lee’s in Vietnam, and the Ghostbusters are in Oklahoma? Wild times.
A collection of series both daring and familiar, polished and wild.
An emotional moment that works exactly as intended.
J.J. Abrams delivers a film that really ties the trilogies together.
An assemblage of hopes, fears, and celebrations—with an overriding awareness of history and legacy.
Rest assured, movies are still in good hands.