Brigsby Bear Review: A Portrait of Uniting Wonder

Warm, tender, and emotionally complex, Brigsby Bear, director Dave McCary’s debut feature, is among the most unique films of the year so far. Taking a few pages from the premise of Netflix’s

Rick and Morty: “Rickmancing the Stone” Season 3 Episode 2 Review

It’s been almost four months to the day since season three had its surprise premiere on April Fools’ Day, which means that “Rickmancing the Stone” also pretty much qualifies as a season

Game of Thrones: “The Queen’s Justice” Season 7 Episode 3 Review

Game of Thrones had a somewhat bipolar return with the first two episodes, the first slowly catching us up to everyone’s whereabouts, the second dishing out information and character movements with the haste

Arcade Fire “Everything Now” Review

The formerly impenetrable indie group finally show their weakness on a disastrous dud.

Detroit Review: Tense and Timely, Bigelow Once Again Succeeds

You don’t have to be familiar with the true events that inspired Detroit to know the ending. Cases like Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Philando Castile, and countless others from all too recent

Atomic Blonde Review: Charlize Theron Finally Gets Her Proper Action Vehicle

There’s a complex tale of espionage seeded in the fall of the Berlin War woven into Atomic Blonde. It’s a graphic novel adaptation full of twists and turns that takes quite a

Lana Del Rey “Lust For Life” Review

Lana Del Rey reconciles her troubles with her desires on a beautiful record.

Game of Thrones: “Stormborn” Season 7 Episode 2 Review

Last week, I was relieved when Game of Thrones maintained its methodical pace in the season premiere. “Stormborn” makes me think my relief came too soon. With the board formally set, the pieces are

Dunkirk Review: The Sound and Fury of Christopher Nolan

Christopher Nolan is a director of spectacle who more wants to put us on the edge of our seat than to wow us. Dunkirk is undoubtedly an experience, just as Inception and

Girls Trip Review: An Outrageously Fun Getaway

This summer’s second female-led raunch comedy hits its marks, thanks to some genuinely uproarious laughs and a star-making turn from Tiffany Haddish.