As Collider looks back at classic films, a first-time watcher reviews Jim Henson and Frank Oz’s masterful fantasy movie ‘The Dark Crystal.’
This is not the first time that Iñárritu has gone meta.
We want an apology as well.
Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt, and Diego Calva star in this truly absurd and engrossing story of early Hollywood.
After thirteen years, Cameron returns with a fresh start for Pandora, and a remarkable achievement that fixes the problems of the first film.
Park Hae-il and Tang Wei play off each other beautifully in Chan-wook's darkly funny and expectedly beautiful film.
Zoey Deutch & Kendrick Sampson light up the screen in Something From Tiffany's, but Prime Video's holiday movie fails with its supporting characters.
'The Whale' does not engage outside of the known narrative of the actor in the film — it’s Brendan Fraser's comeback!
Though all the pieces don't come together cleanly, the moments of silly yet sentimental reflection see the cast elevate this romantic dramedy.
Kahmunrah rises again, with just as many thrills as before.
Starring Olivia Colman and Micheal Ward, 'Empire of Light' is a mishmash of too many ideas that don't come together efficiently.
This stop-motion animation retelling of a classic tale is given new life thanks to Guillermo del Toro's exploration of these characters.
A horror just in time for the holiday season
You're a mean one...
Antonio Banderas returns as Puss in Boots in a hilarious and surprisingly mature sequel.
It's bloody, and it's about Christmas. What more do you need?
There is no other documentary this year that shows a man shooting himself in the chest and then reveals the underpinnings of why with such nuance.
Swinton and Hogg investigate the ghosts of our history, and the relationship between a mother and a daughter.
Robert Downey Jr. gets up close and personal with his filmmaker father in this insightful and unconventional documentary.
Though most American audiences will know him from 'Squid Game,' the latest from Lee is best when it leaps into the action.