New 'Avengers' films coming to Marvel's slate
‘Avengers: The Kang Dynasty’ and ‘Avengers: Secret Wars’ will wrap up phase six of the hugely successful Marvel Cinematic Universe
How ‘Lost in Translation’ exudes loneliness
Despite its limited perspective and outdated racism, the 2003 movie persists because it paints an acute picture of isolation
The sharp confines of motherhood in 'Huesera'
The Mexican-Peruvian horror movie explores the horrors of pregnancy, motherhood, and conformity
The 'Barbie' movie is surprisingly grown up
As someone who played with dolls as a kid, I was delighted by how the movie handled the transition to adulthood
The thrilling, grotesque symphony of ‘The Fly’
The classic 80s body horror movie is an exhilarating and upsetting watch with great acting and a compelling story
'Asteroid City' review: A whimsical allegory of the pandemic
The latest from auteur Wes Anderson has his trademark meticulous craftsmanship, asking us to uncover its intricate layers
‘Oppenheimer’ review: Destruction from creation
A tale of hubris darkening the path to progress, Christopher Nolan’s biopic on the inventor of the atomic bomb is a triumph
Barbie has 'existential crisis' about real world
A sequence of events in the film takes Barbie out of her perfect pink plastic world, forcing her into the real human world