Every American Should See Eating Animals. Also, I Hated It.
The new documentary from Jonathan Safran Foer and Natalie Portman is alternately out of touch, over the top, and very, very powerful.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Takes the Series Back to Its Horror RootsThe franchise’s fifth film finds a new way to splice together its ancient DNA.
Hereditary Reinvents the Horror PlaybookEven if this new movie sometimes feels like it’s throwing spooky spaghetti at the wall.
Can Blumhouse Do for Sci-Fi What It Did for Horror?With Upgrade, the company behind Get Out and Paranormal Activity sets its sights on the future.
The Very Fact That a Movie Such as Book Club Exists Is a Dream Come TrueEven if the execution sometimes falters.
Why Infinity War’s Ending Isn’t As Shocking As It First AppearsDon’t believe Thanos when he says, “No resurrections this time.’’
Disobedience Is a Sensitive Examination of a False DilemmaIn Sebastián Lelio’s follow-up to A Fantastic Woman, Rachel McAdams must choose between her husband and Rachel Weisz.
The Rider Explores Daredevil Masculinity Through the RodeoChloé Zhao’s poignant new film examines the harsh borderline between dreams and reality.
Don’t Let Anyone Stop You From Seeing BlockersThis comedy about the sexual desires of teenage girls is uproarious, irreverent, and surprisingly progressive.
Ready Player One Is a Feat of State-of-the-Art Pop Culture Navel-GazingIt’s juvenile, but Steven Spielberg’s TurboGrafx set pieces are worth your tokens.
Wes Anderson’s Talking-Canine Picture Isle of Dogs Feels As Real As Any of His MoviesThe filmmaker may be most at home with stop-motion puppets, but his latest shows he’s not afraid to get political.
Pixar’s Bao Is so Much More Than an Appetizer for Incredibles 2This moving encapsulation of the Asian-immigrant experience is the studio’s best short in years.
Ocean’s 8 Thrives on Its Own Unabashed GirlinessForget the heist. The gender-flipped spinoff is strongest when it revels in feminine pleasures.
Won’t You Be My Neighbor? Is a Moving Documentary About One Fave Who Wasn’t ProblematicEven the most hardened cynics won’t be able to resist it.
A Kid Like Jake Tiptoes Around the Word Trans. In This Case, That’s Not All Bad.This sensitive adaptation finds freshness by avoiding didacticism and embracing uncertainty.
Deadpool 2 Poses as Subversive, but Really It Just Wants to Be LovedThe sequel to the surprise smash will leave you with nudge-bruised ribs.
RBG Reveals the Woman Behind the MemesThe documentary understands that it was a different kind of radicalism that made the justice notorious.
Super-Human OverpopulationInfinity War suggests Thanos is right about there being too many Avengers.
I Feel Pretty Has Good Intentions, but It Doesn’t Have the BrainsIn this body-positive comedy, Amy Schumer gains self-confidence from a bump on the head.
Unsuspicious MindsHBO’s new two-part Elvis documentary offers a treasure trove of footage but whitewashes some aspects of his story.
A Quiet Place Can Only Be Fully Experienced in the TheaterJohn Krasinski’s inventive thriller—in which aliens attack anything that makes a sound—rewards those who sit in silence.
You Were Never Really Here Hits You Like a HammerLynne Ramsay’s new thriller may be a blunt instrument, but she knows exactly where she wants to strike.
Steven Soderbergh’s Unsane Wants to Make You Feel CrazyIs Claire Foy being gaslighted, or is it you?
The New Tomb Raider Finds a Different Way of Admiring Female BodiesIn the thrilling new video game adaptation—whoever thought we’d say that?—the pleasure is in seeing all that Alicia Vikander’s Lara Croft can do.