Baz Luhrmann's latest spectacle tackles the life of Elvis Presley, as filtered through his shady longtime manager.
Emma Thompson stars as an older woman who hires a younger sex worker in Good Luck to You, Leo Grande. Dakota Johnson is a single mother who's wooed by a recent college grad in Cha Cha Real Smooth.
David Cronenberg's film is set in a grim future where humans, having lost the ability to feel physical pain, start operating on their own bodies. This movie mixes blood and guts with great tenderness.
Tom Cruise was in his early 20s when he first played the cocky young Navy pilot with the need for speed. Now, 36 years later, he's back — and Pete "Maverick" Mitchell is as insubordinate as ever.
Tilda Swinton plays a botanist who is haunted by a mysterious sound in an intriguing new film. Reviewer Justin Chang says Memoria's climax will leave your jaw on the floor.
Ninja Thyberg's film about an aspiring porn star challenges conventional wisdom around sex work and women's agency.
A 23-year-old literature student discovers she's pregnant after a fling. This movie, based on Annie Ernaux's autobiographical novel, traces her desperate attempt to get an abortion in 1963 France.
The latest MCU film is at its best when director Sam Raimi leans into its horror elements, and at its weakest when it coasts on cameos and callbacks from a now-diffuse network of Marvel properties.
Identical twin sisters play a pair of mysterious playmates in Petite Maman, an enchanting film that achieves an emotional depth that eludes many movies twice its length.
Daniel Roher's film about Russian dissident Alexei Navalny offers intimate, sometimes amazing access to the bravery — and human cost — of opposing a despot.
Robert Eggers (The Witch, The Lighthouse) captures both the stark beauty and brutality of the Vikings in his latest film, which tamps down his experimental impulses to tell a familiar revenge tale.
An ailing biochemist aims to cure himself of a debilitating illness, but ends up infecting himself with vampirism in the Marvel movie Morbius.
In 1996, a 28-year-old man went on a shooting rampage in Port Arthur, Tasmania, killing 35 people. This tense film imagines the weeks and months before the tragedy from the shooter's perspective.
Michelle Yeoh stars as a Chinese American immigrant who suddenly develops the power to leap between parallel universes in this moving and often exasperating movie.
The Lost City is mostly a chance to watch Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum be charming and silly together. That turns out to be a pretty good deal.