This latest volley in Marvel's bid to take over the universe is a rip-roaring adventure that's visually cluttered but lots of a fun and a sure-fire crowd pleaser for fans and casual audiences alike.
This PTSD-focused drama find the balance between offering social commentary and showing respect for the soldiers whose story it tells.
New BPBS reviewer Steven Cohen takes us on a tour of George Clooney's darkly farcical but otherwise dull crime caper/would-be suburban satire.
Anton Yelchin's final appearance on the big screen is a must-see in an otherwise pretty good take on a very unusual romance.
Appropriately chilly and distant, "My Friend Dahmer" is an origin story about the makings of one of the most infamous serial killers in history.
Watching a man descend into total paranoia is almost as scary as those around him willing to believe anything.
A small town in post World War II Hungary attempts to face its past; aside from ridiculously, overly melodramatic music, it succeeds.
An interesting hybrid, this placid romantic comedy includes a philosophical debate on the nature of faith and features strong work from veteran actor Danny Glover.
This puzzling morality play from writer/director Yorgos Lanthimos is peculiar, thought-provoking, and unsettling on a bone-deep level.
Uneven trashing of the modern art world has some great moments, but not quite enough of them.