Film: Lizard Kings

Jeff Goldblum has the best job in the world. One of the better facets of J. A. Bayona’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is his...

Film: Incredible, Again

In a beginning as splashy as most finales, director-writer Brad Bird’s Incredibles 2 picks up right where its predecessor ended. The mole-man, Underminer, escapes...

Film: Valley of the Dulls

High-tech CEO Neal Kumar (Alyy Khan) is unveiling a new program called Augur, that predicts the future behavior of people based on their past....

Film: Winter Light

The impassioned qualities that Paul Schrader brings to First Reformed are exactly what one hopes for in a religion—it’s compelling even when you don’t...

Film: Mutant Mayhem

Deadpool 2 leavens the hit-making Marvel mix of fight scenes, flashbacks and explosions with dick jokes. Protagonist Wade (the ultra-bro, Ryan Reynolds) was a...

Film: Mommy Track

They called Juno whip-smart, and some of us still have the lash scars. Tully, by writer Diablo Cody and director Jason Reitman, has everything...

Film: Land of Docs

Selling itself with great gusts of uplift—non-competitive, non-juried and gender equal, all good things—the three-day DocLands Documentary Film Festival (May 3-6 at the Christopher...

Film: World View

This, in case you were wondering, is what subtitles were invented for. Motivated by a dynamic mission of understanding the world through the art...

Film: Quagmire

It’s not funny, ha-ha—it’s funny, Kafka. The slightly surreal Israeli tragi-comedy Foxtrot astonishes with its ability to thrive on serious tonal shifts, flash-forwards and...

Film: Avatars

As the official bard to the court of King Reagan, Steven Spielberg may well look back at the 1980s as happy times. The 1980s-filia...