Oppenheimer explores the rigid dichotomy between scientific advancements and humanity’s preservation—and whether they assist or contradict each other.
Stereotypical Barbie’s plastic exterior turns out to be extraordinarily human, turning a doll with unrealistic beauty standards that young girls could never relate to into someone every single woman can relate to.
It's been a while since we've seen Jennifer Lawrence give her all in a comedy — but she's back and better than ever. 'No Hard Feelings' serves as a reminder...
Does this one moment define her? Should it? Should one moment in anyone’s life define them? Blue Jean argues that it’s what happens afterward that provides a stronger indication of a person’s...
To me, all a movie needs to do is bring us joy, and The Super Mario Bros. Movie succeeds in every way.
Undoubtedly the scariest entry yet, about as meta as it gets, with witty humor on par with the original.
A rare glimpse into the lives of a sapphic polyamorous throuple, Petit Mal follows three Columbian women as they navigate a difficult period in their otherwise happy relationship.
Staff writer Tina Kakadelis has a wholesome post-watch discussion with her dad about PLANE (2023).
It's that time of year again! Here are our favorite films from 2022 that made us laugh, cry, squirm, and everything in between.
Damien Chazelle's Babylon might be an overindulgent film, but great performances and a stellar score make it worth at least one watch — though one might be more than enough.