The storytelling can’t match the visual creativity in the latest film from Laika studios.
Max Minghella’s sweet directing debut is both proudly clichéd and refreshingly different.
The new movie, filmed in Cuba with the director Hiro Murai, will start streaming Saturday on Amazon after being shown at Coachella.
Eva Husson’s ripped-from-real-life drama about Kurdish women fighting ISIS is a potent story marred by pompousness and good intentions.
In the latest from the Italian director Matteo Garrone (“Gomorrah”), a bullied dog groomer bites back.
Mary Magdalene’s reputation as a temptress is set aside in Garth Davis’s revisionist depiction of her life as a follower of Jesus.
Several sequels in, the character based on the real-life Ip Man has been so throughly fictionalized that nothing is off-limits. He’s also good fun.
The life and work of the poet gets a delightfully droll — even gay — reinterpretation.
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The zombie movie features a cast of the director’s regular players including Bill Murray, Adam Driver and Tilda Swinton. Selena Gomez and Iggy Pop also appear.