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Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 10, 2019

‘A Hidden Life': Terrence Malick's ‘Return to Form' Still Feels Like a Miss
The director puts his free-form aesthetic on hold to tell the true story of a WWII pacificist — but it's still too cryptic for its own good

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 10, 2019

‘Uncut Gems': Adam Sandler's Wild Ride Should Net the Actor an Oscar
The 'SNL' gives a career-best performance as a NYC jeweller after a rare opal—and dealing with NBA superstars, an angry mistress and dangerous mobsters

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 09, 2019

‘Richard Jewell': Clint Eastwood Defends Truth, Justice and an Innocent Man
The veteran filmmaker charts how a security guard was declared a hero for finding a bomb — then became the prime suspect in the case

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 06, 2019

‘Little Joe': A ‘Body Snatchers' for the Age of Antidepressants
What if you bred a plant with the power to make people "happy" — and its zombified fans would kill to protect it?

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 05, 2019

‘In Fabric': Devil in a Red Dress (Literally)
Part British-horror homage and part Freudian nightmare, this fetishistic ghost story is a singularly warped vision of haunted couture

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 05, 2019

Review: ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire' Is a Three-Alarm Romance
Céline Sciamma's film is a timeless work of art

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 03, 2019

‘The Aeronauts': Ballooning Biopic Goes Up, Up and Away From the Facts
Real-life drama about 19th century balloonists is full of hot air when it comes to what actually happened

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 29, 2019

‘Les Miserables': There's a Riot Goin' On in the City of Light
A tense, pulpy cop procedural from France drops a street-crime unit into a precarious situation — and indicts a system of social oppression

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 26, 2019

‘Varda by Agnès': A French-Cinema Icon Says Au Revoir
The final film from the legendary Agnès Varda is part history lesson, part self-portrait and one totally beautiful farewell

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 26, 2019

‘Queen & Slim': Meet the Bonnie and Clyde of 2019
A tale of an outlaw couple on the run in Trump's racially charged America is a bold new take on an old tale — and a brilliant piece of protest art

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 26, 2019

‘The Two Popes' Review: A Face-off of Biblical Proportions
Jonathan Pryce and Anthony Hopkins deliver virtuoso performances as fictionalized versions of popes Francis and Benedict

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 25, 2019

‘Knives Out' Review: Whodunit? Someone Famous, Having a Blast
Rian Johnson's updated take on the classic genre is star-studded, twisty, and devilishly fun

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 22, 2019

‘Dark Waters': A David-vs-Goliath Legal Thriller for Our Times
Filmmaker Todd Haynes takes on the true story of a corporate lawyer who risked it all to take on Dupont

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 21, 2019

‘Hala': A Skateboarding American Muslim Teen Coming of Age
Writer-director Minhal Baig's tale of a Pakistani American caught between youth and adulthood is a beautifully personal portrait of growing pains

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 21, 2019

‘Hala': A Skateboarding American Muslim Teen Coming of Age, Female-Style
Writer-director Minhal Baig's tale of a Pakistani American caught between youth and adulthood is a beautifully personal portrait of growing pains

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 20, 2019

'21 Bridges' Review: Chadwick Boseman Gets Betrayed By His Own Cop Thriller
There are 21 reasons not to see this limp, lame cop thriller — and not a single one to justify wasting your money on it

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 20, 2019

‘Frozen II' Review: Disney Sequel Is a Frosty, Fun Follow-Up
Elsa, Anna and the gang return for another tale of princess empowerment and earworm soundtrack cuts

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 19, 2019

‘A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood' Review: A Movie as Open-Hearted as Mister Rogers
In Marielle Heller's film, Tom Hanks moves past imitation to find Mister Rogers' nurturing soul

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 19, 2019

‘Everybody's Everything' Review: Lil Peep Documentary Is Heartbreaking
This look back at the late emo-rapper is a portrait of the artist as a raw nerve—and a fitting tribute

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 15, 2019

‘Atlantics' Review: Ghosts, Grace and a Senegalese Girl's Story, Perfectly Told
The debut feature from French director Mati Diop is a compelling, instantly classic tale of African migrants, young women and magical realism writ large

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 14, 2019

‘The Good Liar' Review: McKellen, Mirren Match Wits in Missed-Opportunity Thriller
Two veteran performers do their best to lift up this wobbly drama about a con man and the widow he's attempting to charm out of her savings

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 14, 2019

Elizabeth Banks' Crew of Woke Angels Rescue Latest ‘Charlie's Angels' Reboot
"Women can do everything" is the message in the millennial update of the spy-babes cliché franchise that celebrates girl power

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 13, 2019

‘The Report' Review: Adam Driver Searches for The Truth About Torture
The 'Marriage Story' continues his hot streak with a smart, compelling take on the Senate investigator who took the government to task on "enhanced interrogation techniques"

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 13, 2019

‘Ford v Ferrari' Review: Damon, Bale and the Need for Speed
Matt Damon and Christian Bale bring the story of two men taking on Europe's domination of the Le Mans race to engine-roaring life

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 12, 2019

‘I Lost My Body' Review: Talk to the Hand
Netflix-distributed animated French film charts the hero's journey of a disembodied limb in search of its lovelorn owner

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 11, 2019

‘Waves' Review: A Family, Two Stories and One Major Young Filmmaker
The third movie from writer-director Trey Edward Shults turns the family melodrama inside out—and is anchored by some truly astounding performances

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 08, 2019

‘The Kingmaker' Review: The Rise and Fall (and Rise?) of Imelda Marcos
Doc on former First Lady of the Philippines Imelda Marcos starts as a portrait and ends as a nonfiction political horror movie

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 07, 2019

‘Midway': Roland Emmerich's Take on WWII Battle Dive Bombs
A star-studded cast does their best with cartoonish characterization in what should be an epic war movie

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 07, 2019

Shia LaBeouf Exorcizes His Family Demons in ‘Honey Boy'
Performing a dazzling high-wire act as actor and screenwriter, LaBeouf offers an intimate and deeply involving confessional about his own life as a child star and his tumultuous relationship with his dad

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 07, 2019

‘Doctor Sleep' Review: ‘Shining' Sequel Haunted By Ghosts of Horrors Past
Welcome back to the Overlook, courtesy of this Stephen King adaptation that owes a lot to its Kubrick-directed predecessor

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 06, 2019

‘Last Christmas' Review: When Holiday Movies Go Very, Very Wrong
Everything about this Xmas-themed, George Michael-soundtracked rom-com seems great on paper. Absolutely nothing works on screen

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 06, 2019

‘Marriage Story' Review: Driver, Johansson and Divorce, American Style
Noah Baumbach's tale of divorce and the damage done is a devastating death-of-love story — and a major showcase for its stars

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 01, 2019

‘Synonyms' Review: How Do You Say ‘Enraged Expatriate' in French?
Nadav Lapid's extraordinary character study about an Israeli ex-soldier relocating to France is exhilarating, sorrowful and mad as hell

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 31, 2019

‘Harriet' Review: An American Heroine Gets Her Biopic
Cynthia Erivo turns this portrait of Harriet Tubman into something better than your usual Oscarbait

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 31, 2019

‘Terminator: Dark Fate' Review: Sarah Connor Saves the World (and the Franchise)
Linda Hamilton returns to give the beleaguered series its best sequel in decades

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 30, 2019

‘Motherless Brooklyn': Ed Norton Plays a Minor-League Gumshoe, Scores a Major-League Triumph
The actor-writer-director's performance brings emotional connection to this noir adaptation of Jonathan Lethem's landmark novel

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 28, 2019

‘The Irishman' Review: Scorsese's Goodbye to Goodfellas
De Niro­, Pacino, and Pesci hit career peaks in the director's massive, masterful crime drama about memory, murder, and the Mob

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 25, 2019

‘The Current War' Review: Are Friends (and Foes) Electric?
Delayed A-list drama about Edison and Westinghouse competing to bring electricity to the masses arrives in a 'Director's Cut'—and is still slightly D.O.A.

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 23, 2019

‘Frankie' Review: Isabelle Huppert Plays Puppetmaster in This Uneven Film
Ira Sachs' movie follows a terminally ill woman who tries to stage-manage how loved ones will live once she's dead

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 23, 2019

‘Western Stars' Review: Springsteen Live, High-Lonesome, and Uncut
Bruce Springsteen performs his new album of country-inflected California pop—and turns a concert film into a transcendental experience

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 22, 2019

‘Black and Blue' Review: Police Corruption Thriller Is One Big Cop-Out
This bargain-basement 'Training Day' doesn't deserve Naomie Harris

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 18, 2019

‘Zombieland: Double Tap': An Apocalyptic Party With Heaps of Undead
This sequel to 'Zombieland' is hardly deathless comedy, but it sure is fun

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 17, 2019

‘Maleficent: Mistress of Evil' Is a Melted, Wannabe ‘Frozen'
Angelina Jolie and her cheekbones return to the inert franchise to glare at Michelle Pfeiffer

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 16, 2019

‘Jojo Rabbit' Review: A Hit-or-Miss Hitler Comedy With a Heart
Love it or hate it, Taika Waititi's singularly silly take on the WWII coming-of-age movie is damn near impossible to shake

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 15, 2019

‘The Lighthouse' Review: Willem Dafoe Gaslights Robert Pattinson
Two primal performances carry Rob Eggers' second film to glory

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 09, 2019

‘Mister America' Review: Fan Service 1, Satire 0
Unless you're a die-hard Tim Heidecker fan, this feature-length mockumentary about a fake political campaign is one pointless slog

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 09, 2019

‘Gemini Man' Review: The Will Smith Clone Film Is a High-Tech Downgrade for Ang Lee
Smith fights a rubber-faced young clone of himself in this nonsensical assassin thriller

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 08, 2019

‘The King' Review: Timothée Chalamet, Bard Out of His Skull
The young star tries his best to drag this amalgamation of Shakespeare's Prince Henry plays once more unto the breach

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 08, 2019

‘Parasite' Review: Bong Joon Ho Delivers His Masterpiece
The South Korean filmmaker outdoes himself with this cutting, caustic tale of class warfare between the haves and the have-nots

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 04, 2019

‘Lucy in the Sky' Review: The Portman Who Fell to Earth
Not even the Oscar-winning 'Jackie' star can get this story of a jealous, possibly unstable astronaut to achieve lift-off

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 03, 2019

Eddie Murphy's Back — Front-and-Center and Full Force — in ‘Dolemite Is My Name'
He pays tribute to real-life club comic Rudy Ray Moore, a pioneer in the rude-crude-untamed humor that paved the way for him and others

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 01, 2019

‘Pain and Glory' Review: Pedro Almodovar Delivers His ‘8 1/2'
The Spanish filmmaker's tale of a memory, regret and an aging director making peace with his past isn't just his most personal film — it's also one of his greatest

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 30, 2019

‘Joker' Review: Joaquin Phoenix's Joker Is Indeed Wild
The actor puts a horrifically human face on an iconic comic-book villain in the year's most controversial movie

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 27, 2019

‘Loro' Review: Political Debauchery, Italian Style
An over-the-top, gloriously vulgar look at former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi does justice to its spectacle-loving subject

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 26, 2019

‘The Laundromat' Review: Power, Corruption and A-List Celebrities
Steven Soderbergh's all-star look at the machinations behind the Panama Papers scandal is all over the map — and mad as hell

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 25, 2019

‘Abominable' Review: How to Train Your Yeti
A tale of a young woman and her new best friend — a Not-So-Abominable Snowman trying to get home — feels a little like the same old animated song-and-dance

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 24, 2019

‘Judy' Review: Renée Zellweger Goes Over the Rainbow
This drama on Judy Garland's final comeback falls into some standard biopic traps — but Renée Zellweger still gives the performance of the year

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 19, 2019

‘Where's My Roy Cohn?' Review: Portrait of a Legal Pitbull
Documentary on the legendary lawyer—and Trump mentor—digs in to the controversial figure's life, times and toxic legacy

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 19, 2019

‘Rambo: Last Blood': A Reagan-Era Hero, Re-Engineered for the MAGA Age
Sylvester Stallone's perpetual warrior returns in a revenge story that couldn't be more toxic and Trumpian

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 18, 2019

‘Downton Abbey' Review: Return of the Stiff Upper Lips
The vintage Brits of the popular PBS show are back, in a feature film that doubles as diehard-fan service

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 17, 2019

‘Corporate Animals' Review: From Team-Building to Team-Eating
Satire about business culture, field trips gone bad and cannibalism doesn't quite hit the mark—but damned if Demi Moore doesn't give it some bite

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 17, 2019

‘Ad Astra' Review: Brad Pitt, Lost in Space
The star and writer-director James Gray concoct a cerebral sci-fi film about fathers and sons that's absolutely enthralling

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 16, 2019

‘Monos' Review: Rebels Without a Cause, or a Chaperone
Alejandro Landes' study of child soldiers deep in the jungles of Colombia is part survivalist thriller, part perpetual-war film, and completely cinematic

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 12, 2019

Review: ‘The Goldfinch' Is a Stolen Opportunity
The only achievement in transferring Donna Tartt's 'The Goldfinch' from page to screen is that it's a botch job for the ages.

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 11, 2019

Jennifer Lopez Is a Divine Queenpin in ‘Hustlers'
In director Lorene Scafaria's 'Hustlers,' Lopez's talent blossoms into something that takes your breath away

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 06, 2019

‘Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice' Pays Tribute to Pioneering '70s Songbird
Documentary on the powerful, versatile vocalist may be a little impersonal — but as a reminder of Ronstadt's talent, it hits all the right notes

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 03, 2019

‘It: Chapter 2' Is Pennywise But Pace Foolish
The sequel to 2017's horror hit once again pits the Losers Club, now adults, against Stephen King's psycho-killer clown — but a nearly three-hour run time dulls the terrifying effects

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 28, 2019

‘Official Secrets' Review: An Iraq War Whistleblower's Tale, Thrills Redacted
The true story of British intelligence officer Katharine Gunn is especially resonant today — but this dramatization lacks urgency

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 22, 2019

‘Ready or Not' Review: Here Kills the Bride
In a film that's 'Bridesmaids' meets 'The Purge,' a new wife plays a deadly game of hide and seek.

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 21, 2019

‘Fiddler: Miracle of Miracles' Review — An Untraditional Documentary on a Beloved Musical
Max Lewkowicz's documentary exposes the behind-the-scenes drama and on-stage magic of 'Fiddler on the Roof'

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 21, 2019

‘Brittany Runs a Marathon' Review: Star Jillian Bell Goes the Extra Mile
The comic actress is hilarious and heartfelt as an aimless slacker on a mission to turn her life around

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 20, 2019

‘American Factory' Review: How an East-West Labor Experiment Went South
Documentary on Chinese auto-glass company opening a plant in Ohio captures a cross-cultural slow-motion car wreck

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 16, 2019

‘Cold Case Hammarskjöld' Review: Conspiracy Thriller Doc Is a True WTF
A Danish documentarian investigates a decades-old plane crash — and stumbles on to a potential sucker-punch of a revelation that may be too bad to be true

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 15, 2019

‘Aquarela' Review: The Shape of Water, Indeed
Eco-documentary on H20 in the age of climate change — from crumbling icebergs to chaotic hurricanes — is both gorgeous and terrifying

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 14, 2019

‘Where'd You Go, Bernadette': Blanchett-Led Bestseller Gets Lost in Translation
Director Richard Linklater and his Oscar-winning star can't quite save adaptation of Maria Semple's novel about a women searching for herself

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 13, 2019

‘Good Boys' Review: R-Rated Innocence
The spiritual prequel of Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg's 'Superbad' feels like it was made for and by 12-year-olds

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 13, 2019

‘Blinded by the Light': Bruce's Music Is a Gift for a British-Pakistani Teen
Cynics won't thrill to this feel-good movie based on a true story, but the uplift is there for those who need a rebuke to racism

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 09, 2019

‘The Peanut Butter Falcon' Review: A River (and Wrestlers) Run Through It
Offbeat road movie follows two misfit dreamers rafting their way to a wrestling school — and reminds you why Shia LaBeouf became a star

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 09, 2019

‘Brian Banks' Is A Criminal Justice Film That Never Breaks Free of Its Premise
True story of a football player falsely accused of sexual assault, told in the #MeToo era, is a nonessential telling of a vital story

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 09, 2019

‘One Child Nation': Policy, Propaganda and Portrait of a National Trauma
Documentary on China's single-child policy starts as a personal statement — and ends as a devastating indictment of a country's complicity

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 08, 2019

‘Light of My Life' Review: What to Expect When You're Dystopic-Parenting
Casey Affleck steps behind the camera for this stark character study about a father and daughter navigating a post-plague world

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 08, 2019

‘Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark' Review: Macabre 101 for Kids
Adaptation of popular 1980s kids-lit anthologies is a little hodgepodge — but it's also training-wheels horror done right

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 08, 2019

‘The Kitchen' Review: Melissa McCarthy's Mob Drama Is Undercooked
Oh, what a movie The Kitchen could have been. It seems impossible to screw up a […]

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 07, 2019

‘After the Wedding' Review: Mystery, Melodrama and Michelle Williams
The actor is so good in this remake of Danish tearjerker that she almost makes this mediocrity worthwhile

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 07, 2019

‘The Art of Racing In the Rain' Review: A New Dog Gets Up to Some Old Tricks
The latest entry to the canon of talking-animal movies is a tearjerker whose furry, four-legged hero imparts essential life lessons

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 31, 2019

‘Hobbs & Shaw': ‘Fast & Furious' Spinoff Brings Surreal Silliness
Dwayne Johnson's Luke Hobbs and Jason Statham's Deckard Shaw remain an irresistible duo — but is that enough?

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 31, 2019

‘Them That Follow' Examines the Poison of Fanatacism and Poverty in Appalachia
Pentecostal beliefs are on display in writer-directors Britt Poulton and Dan Madison Savage's portrait of faith and extremism

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 30, 2019

‘Luce' Review: Race, Privilege and Every Parent's Nightmare
This provocation about an ideal student — and a disturbing essay that raises some serious red flags — packs one hell of a wallop

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 30, 2019

‘The Nightingale' Review: Aussie Revenge Tale Pulls No Punches
Jennifer Kent's follow-up to 'The Babadook' turns a historical vengeance-quest into a stake through toxic masculinity's heart

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 26, 2019

‘Honeyland' Review: To Bee or Not to Bee
An award-winning documentary on a Macedonian beekeeper is an experiential wonder, a cutting critique on capitalism and a genuine must-see

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 25, 2019

‘The Mountain' Review: Mental Health Will Drive You Mad
Rick Alverson's oddball tale of a traveling lobotomist and his ward in 1950s USA is an unsettling trip through the 20th century American psyche

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 24, 2019

‘Skin' Review: How Do You Recover From Hate?
Based on the true story of a reformed white supremacist, this drama about a neo-Nazi overcoming his toxic upbringing pulls no punches

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 22, 2019

‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' Review: Tarantino's Violent Tinseltown Valentine
Set in 1969 Los Angeles, the filmmaker's all-star fantasia links the movie biz and Manson-era violence with explosive results

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 22, 2019

‘The Great Hack' Review: From Data-Rights Fights to Democracy R.I.P.
Documentary on how Cambridge Analytica harvested private data to help undermine democracy is a sobering reminder to stay vigilant

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 18, 2019

‘David Crosby: Remember My Name' Review: Laurel Canyon's Lion in Winter
The rock & roll icon gets the beautiful, brutally honest documentary he deserves

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 17, 2019

‘The Lion King' Remake: The Circle of Life Returns With a Risk-Free Repeat
If only Beyoncé could lead these lions in formation!

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 12, 2019

Jesse Eisenberg Steps Into the Dojo in ‘The Art of Self-Defense'
Alessandro Nivola is the sensei teaching these karate kids in writer-director Riley Stearns' comedy

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 12, 2019

‘Crawl' Review: See You Later, Alligators
The summer's requisite man-versus-nature survivalist horror flick pits a young woman and her father against some hungry, toothsome creatures

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 11, 2019

Dude, Where's My Uber? Kumail Nanjiani and Dave Bautista Buddy Comedy Goes Nowhere Fast
'Stuber' is running on fumes

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 11, 2019

‘The Farewell' Review: Parting (and Lying) Is Such Sweet Sorrow
A family says goodbye on the sly to a loved one in writer-director Lulu Wang's bold, brilliant beautiful drama

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