"Shaft" leans hard on Samuel L. Jackson's movie-star persona, and the lighter side of its action-comedy heritage
The great tenor is lovingly remembered by wives and mistresses alike in Ron Howard's charming documentary, "Pavarotti"
"Dark Phoenix" delivers only a half-good adaptation of one of Marvel's greatest hits
Godzilla's latest foray is an idiot-fueled catastrophe of monster-sized proportions
Octavia Spencer sharpens her knives and dagger-like stares for the delectably campy thriller "Ma"
Propelled by Taron Egerton's performance, Rocketman showcases Elton John's life in suitably showstopping fashion
Olivia Wilde's debut as director reinvigorates the high school comedy
Despite the efforts of Will Smith and two refreshing young leads, Guy Ritchie pretty much pummels Aladdin into the ground
Scandal intrudes on William Shakespeare's peaceful retirement in Kenneth Branagh's bold biopic All Is True
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Amy Vilela, Cori Bush, and Jean Swearengin are the subjects in Rachel Lears' film
The astute political documentary "Knock Down the House" gets somewhat sideswiped by the AOC juggernaut
Dr. Ruth still wants everybody to have great sex, and to go see her new documentary "Ask Dr. Ruth"
Sweeping from grim defeat to giddy excitement, Avengers: Endgame covers all MCU bases, and then some. Our spoiler-free review.
Ralph Fiennes has created an homage to the artistry of Nureyev, as well as a lush, gripping Cold War thriller
"DC Shorts Sings! A Night of Live Music & Film" is Saturday, May 4