Heading into awards season, these five films could vie for a piece of Oscar gold.
From gods to monsters to a family of cannibals, our critic recounts the ten best films of 2017
Dee Ree's Mudbound weaves an epic tale of two families in rural Mississippi
The Last Jedi is a spectacular, intense ride that tugs at your emotions and dazzles your senses.
Will & Grace secures Best Comedy and Best Actor nominations, but Debra Messing snubbed
Sibling rivalry and gay sexual liberation fuel an iconic artist's fire in "Tom of Finland"
Guillermo del Toro's "The Shape of Water" is a luxurious period fantasy where the beast finally gets the girl
Justice League pits a gaggle of superheroes against a foe that would demolish Earth. And no, it’s not Trump.
"Murder on the Orient Express" is a fun, if flawed and unoriginal, adaptation of the Christie classic.
Tessa Thompson Valkyrie's bisexuality was hinted at, but ultimately cut
The mighty Avenger gets some of the old band back together for a rockin' good time in "Thor: Ragnarok."
Angelika closes is monthlong "Hitchcocktober" with one of the director's most famous works
'Tis the season of extremely bad dads being forced to consider the sacrifice of their cubs.
Call Me By Your Name is among the top picks at the Virginia festival
With Marshall, Chadwick Boseman adds to his growing roster of laudable turns playing American historical giants