• The LEGO Movie 2 Will Feature A Few DC Movie Stars

    The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are getting a movie reboot (again). There’s more rumours about who could be the villains of The Batman and Detective Pikachu. Get a look at Men In Black: International’s intergalactic agents. Plus, new Supergirl pictures, and what’s to come from the Roswell reboot. Spoilers away!

  • Netflix 2019 Movie Preview: All the Biggest Movies Hitting This Year

    With new movies from Steven Soderbergh, Michael Bay, Amy Poehler, and Martin Scorsese, Netflix’s 2019 movie slate is an all-star lineup.

  • Movie Review: Glass

    Unusually for an M. Night Shyamalan project, the real plot twist in Glass comes not at the end of the movie but about halfway through, when you realize it won't be getting any better and is in fact getting worse by the minute.

  • Movie Review: The Upside

    The Upside tells a feel-good story with no real surprises. But that's okay. The movie's pleasures lie in its details and its top-drawer performances.

  • All The Hot Movies For Winter

    Jordan Peele's "Get Out" follow-up headlines a season that includes Tim Burton, Julianne Moore, Cate Blanchett and Lifetime.

  • Which Witch From TV/The Movies Are You?

    Are you more of a Sabrina or Hermione?

  • The most anticipated movies of 2019

    The year's biggest movie releases, from 'Captain Marvel' and 'Avengers: Endgame' to 'Toy Story 4' and 'The Lego Movie 2'.

  • The most anticipated movies of 2019

    New year means new mega-hit movies in the making, many ready to be watched.

  • My Year of Movies, Visualized

    I love keep tracking of all the movies I watch. It's the stats nerd part of me, and so I always track the movies I'm watching in Letterboxd. If I'm being entirely honest, I didn't do a great job of watching movies in 2018, or at least in expanding my knowledge of film. I saw less than 40 non-2018 titles I had never seen before, and that's just sad. When you look at all the films out there, I should be doing far better than that, and one of my resolutions in 2019 is

  • Movie guide: Capsule listings

    Ratings by the Motion Picture Association of America are: (G) for general audiences; (PG) parental guidance urged because of material possibly unsuitable for children; (PG-13) parents are strongly cautioned to give guidance for attendance of children younger than 13; – restricted, younger than 17 admitted only with parent or adult guardian; (NC-17) no one 17 and younger admitted.

  • Here Are The Movies We're Most Excited To See In 2019

    Just last week we were recounting and arguing about all the movies we saw and loved in 2018 (for the record: I have since seen The Old Man & The Gun, it is super charming, and you should see it), but 2018 is dead and gone. It's time to look to the future, so here are a bunch of movies we are excited about seeing in the new year (which is this year). [ more › ]

  • Movie Review: Stan & Ollie

    In recounting the story of Laurel and Hardy, whose Hollywood career spanned 24 years and more than a hundred films, a good place to begin turns out to be the end. Stan & Ollie dispenses with origin stories—Stan Laurel's in the British music-hall business with Charlie Chaplin, Oliver Hardy's in the remote Florida film industry of a century ago—and after making a brief stop at the Hal Roach Studios near Los Angeles in 1937, during the duo's years of worldwide glory, heads directly to 1953,...