Rian Johnson’s film revives the comic whodunit, a la Clue, for an era of especially heightened class consciousness.
Blade Runner 2049 is so terrified of disreputability that it renders itself dead from the waist down.
The Panamanian-born Roberto Duran’s story has all the makings of a fascinating film, but Hands of Stone isn’t it.
Todd Phillips’s film is unrepentantly cynical when it comes to the global business of warmongering.
Eli Roth’s sense of humor abandons him when his hero isn’t about to get down with the get down.