Tim Burton delivers a new and improved live-action re-imagining of the original 1941 Disney classic “Dumbo.”
Sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll. Those three indulgences sum up the lives of rock stars, particularly in the world of 1980s heavy metal.
Jordan Peele, who has become a mastermind creator of modern horror films after his 2017 movie “Get Out,” does not disappoint with his latest film “Us.” The film depicts a horrific and gory view into people’s worst enemies: themselves.
“Captain Marvel,” tells an inspiring, fierce and powerful story of a woman superhero in an unseen time period in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
“The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind” brought tears to my eyes as one goes on an adventure with a family from Malawi, struggling to feed their family while the town endures famine, poverty and mistreatment from their government.
Barry Jenkins, the award-winning director of “Moonlight” and “If Beale Street Could Talk,” reflected on a particular college breakup that introduced him to the American novelist and activist, James Baldwin.
Like some mid-20th Century white families vacationing via road trips with maps and yellow pages, African-Americans used the Green Book, published from 1936-1966, to find establishments that were welcoming to non-white tourists and travelers.
Art, horror, critique and satire collide in director Dan Gilroy’s latest film “Velvet Buzzsaw.” Gilroy, who directed “Nightcrawler,” pairs with Jake Gyllenhaal for a second time to critique the internal politics of the art world and the archetype of the tortured artist.
“The Crimes of Grindelwald” fills theaters with magic, monsters, 1920s-era glamour and action in a follow-up film to the “Fantastic Beasts” franchise, brought to us by the queen of witchcraft and wizardry herself, J.K. Rowling.
“Beautiful Boy” is a film based on the pair of best-selling addiction memoirs, “Beautiful Boy” by David Sheff and “Tweak” by his son, Nic Sheff.