• “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery”

    Writer-director Rian Johnson and his muse, Daniel Craig, return to the world of “Knives Out” with “Glass Onion,” but is the magic still there? Check out our interview with Daniel Craig here.

  • Leonor Will Never Die

    Directed by the first Filipina to win at Sundance, Martika Ramirez Escobar’s “Leonor Will Never Die” is now out in select theaters.  But is the movie worth your time and money? 

  • The Menu

    Anya Taylor-Joy and Nicholas Hoult star as a couple who joins an elite dining experience from a mysterious chef played by Ralph Fiennes. Eat the rich indeed!

  • Weird: The Al Yankovic Story

    Daniel Radcliffe is tubular as Weird Al and Evan Rachel Wood is radical as Madonna but is “Weird: The Al Yankovic Story” worthy of their performances?

  • The School for Good and Evil

    Paul Feig (“Bridesmaids,” “The Heat”) tries his hands in directing the fantasy-adventure adaptation “The School for Good and Evil” based on the novel by Soman Chainani. Is the film true to the spirit of the book? And is it worthy to stream on Netflix?

  • Ticket to Paradise

    Julia Roberts returns to the loving arms of George Clooney in the new romantic comedy “Ticket to Paradise.” Is their proven chemistry enough for you to buy movie tickets?

  • The Curse of Bridge Hollow

    Marlon Wayans is no stranger to horror-comedy (“Scary Movie” franchise, “A Haunted House”) but is his new Netflix offering “The Curse of Bridge Hollow” worth the wait?

  • Catherine Called Birdy

    A forward-thinking teenager who uses everything to thwart her parents’ wishes to get her to marry. See why I’m calling Lena Dunham’s “Catherine Called Birdy” a refreshing take on coming-of-age stories.

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