This loose riff on "The Turn of the Screw," courtesy of the veteran music-video director Floria Sigismondi, has been updated to 1994.
Moira Macdonald and other Times critics weigh in on movies playing in Seattle area for a week or longer.
Guy Ritchie’s latest movie is an intricately structured picaresque tale featuring a rogue’s gallery of British crooks falling afoul of one another.
Todd Robinson’s war drama depicts the long quest to award Air Force pararescue medic William Pitsenbarger the Medal of Honor 34 years after he perished...
The granddaddy of talking-animal tales gets the full CGI treatment and it’s by far the best of the lot. A great deal of credit for...
The first creature feature of the new decade is here, and boy is it dumb.
This messy buddy/workplace comedy gives a sense of the fun we might have had. Because when you gather Tiffany Haddish, Rose Byrne and Salma Hayek,...
Despite its flaws, “Just Mercy” is that rarity — a movie that inspires; a story that brings light.
Sam Mendes' WWI movie, which just won two Golden Globes, is an emotional, moving experience that includes a brilliant feat of camera work.
This is a penetrating, mournful portrait of sexual identity in contemporary Guatemala City.
This documentary, a haunting portrait of a family of emergency medical workers in Mexico City, can be tough to watch, but it never feels unprincipled...
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