With its fine-tuned comic timing and feeling of constant action, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is downright invigorating.
If Beale Street Could Talk is at its most potent in the scenes where human frailty and the specter of injustice come more elliptically to the surface.
Lars von Trier’s The House That Jack Built is a consideration of how to respond to art without the boundaries of morality and reason.
All the palace intrigue and endless backstabbing in Mary Queen of Scots feels at once overly familiar and underdeveloped.
Ben Is Back is more unpredictable and slyly entertaining than its earnest-sounding premise might suggest.