In ‘After Yang,’ an android’s death opens new doors

The two features by the South Korean-born filmmaker and video essayist Kogonada – his auspicious debut “Columbus” and the new “After Yang” – are distinct for their

In ‘X,’ a 1970s porn shoot runs into trouble

In Houston 1979, a small film crew arrives to make a porn film in a rented cottage on a farm belonging to an aged couple, one

‘The Adam Project,’ a blockbuster therapy session

Pathos and action are found in equal parts in “ The Adam Project,” the latest attempt by Netflix to create the kind of throwback blockbuster that

Gloomy nights for the Dark Knight in ‘The Batman’

Batman, never a day person, is plunged into perpetual night in Matt Reeves’ nocturnal, nihilist, neo-noir take on the Caped Crusader.  Reeves’ three-hour-long “The

Channing Tatum and his dog co-star raise the woof

Something would have had to go very, very wrong for “ Dog “ not to work on a basic level. Pairing Channing Tatum, one of our

Drive In | The long-delayed ‘Death on the Nile’ runs aground

Kenneth Branagh’s Agatha Christie adaptation “Death on the Nile”  begins with a flashback to the trenches of World War I before shifting to 1930s London

Drive In | Tim Roth drops out, in paradise, in ‘Sundown’

A man sits on the edge of an infinity pool contemplating his existence in Michel Franco’s “ Sundown.” It’s one of many such ennui-laden images, though the

Drive In | Love bites in ‘Wolf Like Me’ with Isla Fisher and Josh Gad

Isla Fisher’s character in the new genre-bending series “Wolf Like Me” is a romantic catch. Kind of. She speaks four languages, makes cheese and pottery

Drive In | A Spidey sense overdose in ‘No Way Home’

Spider-Man movies have come in such flurries over the last two decades that you could almost tell time by them. Who needs the long centuries of

Cinema 2021 | ‘The Worst Person in the World,’ ‘Lost Daughter,’ ‘Licorice Pizza’ top best films

1. The Worst Person in the World: Joachim Trier’s richly compassionate character study wasn’t our first movie back in theaters this year, but it was the first film

Drive In | Washington’s aging Macbeth is one for the ages

His hair is graying. His nerves are fraying. Denzel Washington’s Macbeth is a man quite literally running out of time — even

Drive In | Steven Spielberg’s rousing ‘West Side Story’ revival

We’re so rife with reboots and remakes today that it can take a moment to gauge just what Steven Spielberg’s “West Side Story” is. It isn’t

Cinema | Box Office: Spielberg ‘West Side Story’ debuts weakly with $10.5M

Despite critical acclaim and two years-worth of anticipation, Steven Spielberg’s lavish “West Side Story” revival made little noise at the box office, debuting with $10.5 million in

Drive In | ‘House of Gucci’ is pure, unapologetic decadence

Everything in “House of Gucci” is over the top. The accents. The performances. The fashion. The settings. The runtime. The music. The greed. This movie knows exactly what it is

Drive In | Childhood in a turbulent time in nostalgic ‘Belfast’

If you didn’t know Kenneth Branagh’s new film “ Belfast “ was based (somewhat) on his own childhood, you probably wouldn’t know it by the end either. That’s a good

Drive In | Tom Hanks, a robot and a dog in ‘Finch’

Tom Hanks doesn’t need a human or even a sentient acting partner to make a film or a scene sing. Think Wilson the volleyball, Hooch and even that laptop from

Drive in | Oddball safecracker charms in ‘Army of Thieves’

One of the unlikeliest heroes to emerge from Zack Snyder’s horror-action flick “Army of the Dead” earlier this year was an oddball safecracker named Dieter. Part nerdy Eurotrash, part pretentious busybody,

Drive In | ‘The Sopranos’ prequel is made for the TV fans

When “The Sopranos” is brought up these days, it’s usually for the nebulous way it ended: That now-famous cut-to-black in a crowded diner while Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’” plays. Whether

Drive In | Dealing torture and guilt in ‘The Card Counter’

You would have to shuffle a lot of movie ideas to come up with one that pairs a card sharp with the horrors of Abu Ghraib. But writer-director Paul Schrader has

Drive In | Drag queen dreams in ‘Talking About Jamie’

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie,” a predictable and glossy “Billy Elliot”-like musical of British working-class aspiration that’s nevertheless a joy, is the kind of movie that might have once been made

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