Guy Ritchie’s live-action remake is content to trace the original’s narrative beats with perfunctory indifference.
These are three enigmatic, challenging, and weird works of art by filmmakers pushing at the boundaries of the cinematic form.
Alternating between color and black and white, the video’s concept is refreshingly simple.
The setting of the game is the familiar stuff of science fiction, but the lens through which it’s viewed is not.
It’s hard not to be disappointed in how little use the Wasteland has for you when you're not dealing in lead.
It’s unfortunate that A Plague Tale’s story falls short of its technical accomplishments.
The game is clearly geared toward young players, so expect a lightweight experience.
The game is at its most entertaining and gleeful when it is, indeed, just Mortal Kombat.
The game meets the baseline level of quality we might expect from a big-budgeted joint, yet it remains a tiresome, empty experience.
Ava DuVernay’s series is a handsomely mounted dramatization, but it often veers into the trite, obvious, and maudlin.
This year’s selections exhibit a scope and ambition that should continue to draw adventurous filmgoers for years to come.