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Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 21, 2019

‘Booksmart' Review: The Revenge-of-the-Femi-Nerds Comedy We Deserve
Olivia Wilde's directorial debut reinvents — and reinvigorates — the raunch-com with this hilarious, heartfelt story of two brainiacs cutting loose

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 16, 2019

‘The Souvenir' Review: A Filmmaker Looks Back and Makes a Masterpiece
Joanna Hogg's autobiographical recreation of a relationship gives a young actor a breakout role and redefines the notion of "personal" filmmaking

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 15, 2019

‘The Sun Is Also a Star' Review: Young-Adult Romance Burns Bright…For a Bit
Adaptation of Nicola Yoon's topical teen love story benefits from some offbeat touches and two appealing leads

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 15, 2019

‘John Wick: Chapter 3' Review: He's Back, Bloodier and More Brutal Than Ever
Keanu Reeves' master assassin returns for another round of gun fu, insane stunts and magnificent mayhem

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 10, 2019

‘Charlie Says' Review: The Manson Family Women, Reclaimed
The story of the murder spree that ended the Sixties gets told from a female perspective — and that makes all the difference

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 10, 2019

‘Tolkien' Review: …And One Biopic to Bore Them All
Dull tale on 'Lord of the Rings' author's life doesn't do justice to his backstory or his breathtaking imagination

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 09, 2019

‘Pasolini' Review: Portrait of an Artist as Boundary-Pushing Provocateur
Abel Ferrara's biopic is part tribute, part true-crime recreation — and a fitting look back from one subversive director to another

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 09, 2019

Kenneth Branagh Embodies the Bard in Mesmerizing ‘All Is True'
Judi Dench co-stars as Shakespeare's wife in this fictional retelling of the legendary playwright

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 09, 2019

‘The Hustle' Review: Audiences, Prepare to Feel Conned
Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson are dueling grifters in this femcentric remake of 'Dirty Rotten Scoundrels'

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 08, 2019

‘Wine Country' Review: Amy Poehler and Friends' Big-Screen Punch-Drunk Sitcom
What happens when a group of former 'SNL' MVPs get together for a soused ladies' weekend? Not much, unfortunately

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 07, 2019

‘Pokemon Detective Pikachu' Review: Gotta Fan-Service ‘Em All
This story of a young man and his furry wisecracking detective friend is strictly for the Pokémaniacs — in the best and worst possible ways

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 02, 2019

Zac Efron's Ted Bundy Performance Is Good, Not Killer
Blame director Joe Berlinger for not finding a way to portray the serial killer's ghastly side in Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 02, 2019

‘Shadow' Review: Swords, Doubles and Curiously Boring Bloodshed, Oh My!
Chinese filmmaker Zhang Yimou returns to epic mode with a dark, dour story of kings and doppelgängers

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 02, 2019

‘Non-Fiction': Sex, Lies and the Digital Revolution in Olivier Assayas' Erotic Romp
French director takes on social media and the degradation of culture in our digital culture in his highly verbal highbrow film

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 30, 2019

‘Long Shot': Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen in Love? Sure, We'll Take It
This political satire with an odd-couple pairing is raunchy and romantic in all the right places

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 30, 2019

AOC Emerges as an Inspiring Example in ‘Knock Down the House'
Democratic Congressional candidates Amy Vilela, Cori Bush, Paula Jean Swearengin also appear in Rachel Lears' Netflix documentary

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 25, 2019

‘The White Crow' Gives Urgency to the Life of Late, Great Nureyev
Playing famed dancer master Alexander Pushkin, Ralph Fiennes also directs his film about the early life of ballet great — which has all the sexual swagger required

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 24, 2019

‘Carmine Street Guitars' Review: Ballad of an Unsung NYC Musical Hero
Portrait of a West Village guitar shop as a boho oasis is a love letter to downtown musicians — and an absolutely essential documentary about the importance of community

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 24, 2019

‘Avengers: Endgame' Review: The MCU's Long Goodbye Is an Emotional Wipeout
The Avengers' saga as we know it concludes, complete with callbacks, cameos, laughs and a lot of tears

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 20, 2019

‘Hail Satan?' Review: In the Dark Lord (and Religious Freedom) We Trust
Penny Lane's doc starts as a look at the Satanic Temple and ends as a portrait of religious freedom and social hypocrisy

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 18, 2019

‘Penguins' Review: Disney's Nature Doc Celebrates Our Furry Flightless Friends
A new Disneynature documentary from directors Alastair Fothergill and Jeff Wilson — they also collaborated on […]

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 17, 2019

‘Little Woods' Review: Tessa Thompson Saves Down-and-Out-in-U.S.A. Drama
The actor lifts this overly familiar melodrama about sisters, opioid addictions and one last score

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 17, 2019

‘Man Who Killed Don Quixote' Review: Terry Gilliam Tilts at Windmills and Wins
The filmmaker's decades-in-the-making dream project is finally done — and he's somehow fought the unbeatable foe and emerged triumphant

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 16, 2019

‘Fast Color' Review: Indie Superhero Movie Takes on Race, Empowerment
Lo-fi sci-fi story about a woman with psychic powers reminds you that not all heroes wears capes (or belong to the MCU)

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 15, 2019

‘Under the Silver Lake' Review: L.A. Noir Goof Goes Nowhere, Slowly
Andrew Garfield searches for hidden clues and Hollywood conspiracies in this muddled riff on Hitchcock/Chandler thrillers

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 15, 2019

‘Curse of La Llorona' Review: Horror Fans, Prepare to Feel Cursed
This weak spin-off of the 'Conjuring' series will haunt you for all the wrong reasons

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 13, 2019

‘Dogman' Review: Revenge, Served Italian and Off the Leash
'Gomorrah' director Matteo Garrone delivers an incredible David-and-Goliath story involving canines, cocaine and a knockout central performance

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 11, 2019

‘Long Day's Journey Into Night': Sex, Violence and the 3D Shot of the Century
Chinese film turns a torrid tale of gangsters and illicit love affairs into a fever dream — complete with 50-minute, one-shot 3D sequence that's mind-blowing

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 11, 2019

‘Little' Review: Yes, It's ‘Big' in Reverse
Regina Hall and Issa Rae give us a variation on the ol' adult/child switcheroo story — but it's Marsai Martin who steals the show

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 11, 2019

‘Sauvage / Wild' Explores the Danger (and Love) of Sex Work
A riveting portrait of a French hustler and his impossible object of desire from writer-director Camille Vidal-Naquet

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 11, 2019

‘Hellboy' Review: A Superhero Reboot Restaged as Its Own Bloody Hell
The comic-book demon antihero returns, complete with ultraviolent set pieces, CGI slugfests and a nagging sense that you've been duped

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 10, 2019

‘Her Smell' Review: Diary of a Mad '90s Alt-Rock Burnout
Elisabeth Moss turns in a five-alarm blaze of a performance as a frontwoman who makes Courtney Love look like Mother Teresa

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 09, 2019

‘Teen Spirit' Review: Smells Like Elle Fanning's Chance to Shine
Young star nails the role of a singer competing in an 'American Idol'-like TV show

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 09, 2019

‘Missing Link' Review: Animated Bigfoot Buddy Comedy Feels Slightly M.I.A.
Laika Studios' latest stop-motion movie is lighter, brighter and smarter than your average animated movie — but it's definitely missing something

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 05, 2019

‘The Public' Movie Review: Life, Liberty and the Library as a Battlefield
Writer-director-star Emilio Estevez turns a library occupied by homeless citizens as ground zero for our under-fire democracy

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 05, 2019

‘The Wind' Review: Female Frontier-Gothic Horror on the High Plains
This horror Western about a woman dealing with prairie paranoia, wild animals and possibly a demon blows a serious chill through you

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 04, 2019

‘Peterloo' Review: Mike Leigh Revisits a Historical Tragedy
British director recreates the 1819 massacre in which government troops attacked working-class protestors — and closes the gap between the past and the present

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 02, 2019

‘High Life' Review: Robert Pattinson's Spaced-Out Sci-Fi Will Stun You
Collaboration between the star and French filmmaker extraordinaire Claire Denis will blow your mind

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 02, 2019

‘Amazing Grace' Review: The Gospel According to Aretha Franklin
Concert film of the Queen of Soul's 1972 gospel shows has taken decades to see the light of day — and it's more than worth the wait

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 01, 2019

‘Pet Sematary' Review: Stephen King's Classic Novel Comes Back to Life
A new version of the author's tale of a haunted graveyard reminds you that sometimes dead is better — and that remakes aren't all bad

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 01, 2019

‘Shazam!' Review: A Kinder, Gentler, Funnier DCEU Superhero (Finally!)
Never mind the 'Justice League' darkness — this wacky, breezy take on the veteran DC Comics character is absolutely super

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 29, 2019

‘The Brink' Review: Portrait of a Political Charlatan in Winter
Alison Klayman's documentary doesn't want to bury or praise the controversial alt-right populist — it just wants you to know your enemy

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 27, 2019

‘Diane' Review: Quiet, Shattering Character Study Is Essential Viewing
Critic/documentarian Kent Jones turns the story of a middle-aged woman into a shattering portrait of resilience — and a major work of art

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 27, 2019

‘The Beach Bum' Review: Harmony Korine's Anarchy in the U.S.A.
The 'Spring Breakers' director and a gloriously sleazy Matthew McCanaughey deliver a Trump-era ode to fear, loathing and the art of the perpetual happy hour

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 26, 2019

‘Dumbo': Tim Burton's Live-Action Re-Telling of the Animated Classic Is a Marvel of Cuteness
Disney adds a new circus trick to its lineup — giving new meaning to "over the top"

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 23, 2019

‘Sunset' Review: Light Fades on Empires and Evil in Scathing Historical Drama
Hungarian filmmaker László Nemes follows up his groundbreaking 'Son of Saul' with a scathing look at empires, evil and Old-World Europe

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 21, 2019

‘Hotel Mumbai' Creates Entertainment Out of Horrific Real-Life Tragedy
Hollywood adapts the brutal events that transpired over three days in November 2008 in Mumbai into an uneasy blend of fact and fiction

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 20, 2019

‘Dragged Across Concrete' Review: Pulp Crime Drama, Straight No Chaser
This B-movie take on cops, crooks and moral corruption is like a hardboiled crime novel come to life — only nasty, brutish and exceptionally long

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 20, 2019

Jordan Peele's ‘Us' Will Haunt You
Lupita Nyong'o delivers one of the great performances in horror movie history

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 17, 2019

‘Captive State' Review: We, For One, Welcome Our New Insect Overlords
It's a Resistance-era spin on the alien-invasion sci-fi thriller — if only the metaphor and B-movie pulp could meet somewhere in the middle

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 16, 2019

‘Eyes of Orson Welles' Review: A Love Letter to the Man Who Would Be Kane
Critic/documentarian Mark Cousins' open letter to the late, great filmmaker somehow makes you see the great man's work in an entirely new light

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 14, 2019

‘Yardie' Review: Cult Novel Gets Soft-Boiled Pulp-Fiction Treatment
Idris Elba's directorial debut adapts a hit crime novel about Jamaican gangsters in London — and fires a lot of blanks

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 13, 2019

‘The Mustang' Review: A Man, A Horse and A Shot at Redemption
Filmmaker Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre's story of a troubled convict bonding with a wild mustang is a striking debut — and a tender exploration of male rage

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 12, 2019

‘The Hummingbird Project': A Very Strange Financial Thriller No One Needs
Starring Jesse Eisenberg and Alexander Skarsgard, Kim Nguyen's filmis so peculiar you'll think it's based on a true story — but it's not

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 12, 2019

‘The Highwaymen' Review: Bonnie and Clyde Who? Meet the Men Who Killed Them
Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson are the lawmen who took down the gangster couple in this conservative corrective to the pop-crime myth

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 12, 2019

‘The Aftermath': Keira Knightley, Alexander Skarsgard Get It On in Flimsy WWII Film
Be prepared to swoon in this mess of a tearjerker — or not

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 07, 2019

Julianne Moore Finds Joy on the Dance Floor in ‘Gloria Bell'
Chilean director Sebastián Lelio remakes his movie for Hollywood, having a woman in her fifties live her best life at L.A. dance clubs

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 06, 2019

‘Triple Frontier': A Mindless Heist Flick That Delivers Standard-Issue Escapism
Five ex-military pals — including Ben Affleck and Oscar Isaac — reunite in J.C. Chandor's action thriller so they can rip off a drug lord

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 05, 2019

‘Captain Marvel' Review: Brie Larson Takes on Cosmic Villains, Sexist Trolls — and Wins
First female-led Marvel movie gives us a superheroine for the ages

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 01, 2019

Hallelujer! ‘A Madea Family Funeral' Is Tyler Perry's Last Round in Drag as the Matriarch
Is Perry really saying goodbye to his beloved character who made him a fortune?

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 28, 2019

‘Climax' Review: Sex, Drugs and Gaspar Noe's Dance Party in Hell
Provocative French director's dance-dance-devolution epic is one brilliant bad-trip experience

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 28, 2019

‘Apollo 11' Review: Immersive Doc on Moon Landing Is a Masterpiece
Using recently discovered archival footage and audio, this chronicle of one small step for man is one giant nonfiction achievement

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 27, 2019

‘Mapplethorpe' Biopic Fails to Capture the Complex Portrait He Deserves
Ondi Timoner-directed movie chronicles photographer's sexual and artistic awakening in New York City, as well as friendship with rock legend Patti Smith, but doesn't do his legacy justice

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 26, 2019

‘Greta' Review: Isabelle Huppert Steals This Stalker Thriller
The French actress turn this tale of an older woman obsessed with Chloë Grace Moretz's waitress into delectable high-camp suspense

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 20, 2019

‘How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World' Review: Fantasy Trilogy Soars to an Epic Conclusion
Dazzling animation, light-on-its-feet humor and a ton of heart bring the 'Dragon' trilogy to a thrilling end

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 13, 2019

‘Birds of Passage' Review: Colombian Crime Saga Is Stunning, Surreal, Epic
Drug-war story set in the South American nation's indigenous community is bold, brilliant — and a regional reinvention of the gangster movie

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 13, 2019

‘Isn't It Romantic' Review: Rebel Wilson vs. the Rom-com — Guess Who Wins?
The Australian comedian lifts up this meta-take on romantic comedies, just in time for Valentine's Day

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 12, 2019

‘Ruben Brant, Collector' Review: What Art Masterpieces Attack!
This ingenious animated film — about a psychologist fighting characters from 13 famous paintings — is a heist flick, a movie-mad comedy and so much more

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 12, 2019

‘Alita: Battle Angel' Review: A Cyberheroine Story Way Past Its Sell-By Date
James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez's long-in-the-making adaptation of a popular manga is all bells and whistles

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 11, 2019

‘Fighting With My Family' Review: Your Basic Suplex-to-Nuts Wrestling Biopic
A standard underdog-sports movie about a WWE Divas champ gets upgraded thanks to a fireplug performance from Florence Pugh

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 08, 2019

‘High Flying Bird' Review: Steven Soderbergh's Got Game
The scrappy auteur's satirical takedown on Sports Inc. and corporate strangleholds is one mic-drop of a movie — and a must-see

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 08, 2019

‘Everybody Knows' Review: Two Movie Stars, A Master and a Misfire
Iranian director Asghar Farhadi's mystery about a missing woman — starring Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem — ends up slowly going nowhere

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 07, 2019

‘Lords of Chaos' Review: Black Metal Biopic Should Be Burned at the Cross
Jonas Åkerlund's look at the fast rise and bloody fall of Mayhem should be the real deal — so why does it hit all the wrong notes

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 07, 2019

‘What Men Want' Review: Toothless Retread Flips the Genders but Not the Script
Taraji P. Henson comes out swinging in this female-centric update of the 2000 Mel Gibson rom-com 'What Women Want,' but the cliché-ridden film can't go the distance

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 07, 2019

‘Cold Pursuit' Review: Call It ‘Taken' on Ice
Liam Neeson's snowbound thriller is pure revenge-movie escapism — if you can get past the bad press

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 06, 2019

‘The Lego Movie 2' Review: Everything Is Still Awesome-ish, Kind Of
The sequel to the 2014 animated hit brings back the whole brick-by-brick gang to slightly diminishing returns

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 02, 2019

‘Piercing' Review: Murder Means Never Having to Say Your Sorry
Cinematic hot take on Ryu Murakami's S&M/psychopath love story is one part Seventies horror, one part misguided lit-adaptation — and all gorgeous surfaces

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 01, 2019

‘Miss Bala' Review: Gina Rodriguez Brings the American-Remake Heat
Jane the Virgin' star goes into gun-toting, ass-kicking mode with this American remake of a Mexican thriller about a reluctant drug mule

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 31, 2019

‘Velvet Buzzsaw': Gore Steals the Show From Art-World Satire's Talented Cast
With a roster including Jake Gyllenhaal, Rene Russo and Toni Collette, director Dan Gilroy's thriller has tons of promise — until the violence breaks out

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 30, 2019

‘Arctic' Is an Ice-Cold Killer of a Movie
Star Mads Mikkelsen's deft performance propels this stark and gripping tale of one man's fight to survive in the harshest of environments

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 30, 2019

‘They Shall Not Grow Old': Peter Jackson's WWI Doc Is a Cinema Event
You won't believe your eyes: Peter Jackson uses a treasure trove of material to make this WWI documentary feel new, vital

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 25, 2019

Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway Are Sunk in ‘Serenity'
Forget the plot twist, Steven Knight's romantic thriller goes wrong in ways that are staggeringly dull

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 24, 2019

‘Never Look Away' Review: Portrait of an Artist as an Abstract Search for Truth
Germany's submission for the Best Foreign-Language Oscar turns a Gerald Richter-like painter into a symbol of social change

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 23, 2019

‘The Kid Who Would Be King' Review: Harry Potter Meets Harryhausen
'Attack the Block' director Joe Cornish returns with a better, smarter, more '80s Spielbergian YA adventure

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 18, 2019

‘Fyre' Review: Doc on Disastrous Music Fest Is One Three-Alarm Autopsy
Netflix's look at how greed, corruption and lies led to an epic music-fest fail is an expert portrait of a great American scam artist

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 17, 2019

‘Glass' Review: M. Night's Shyamalan's Double Sequel Is Half Full, Half Empty
The filmmaker connects bits of his two best movies into one chin-stroking thriller about why we need superheroes — a conversation 15 years too late

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 11, 2019

‘The Upside' Review: French Feel-Good Comedy Gets Hart-Felt Remake
Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston star in aggressively mediocre redo of a hit about an ex-con taking care of a quadriplegic billionaire

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 03, 2019

‘Escape Room' Review: Six People, One High-Concept Horror Movie, No Exit
A group must get through puzzle-solving levels of a deadly mystery game — or die tryin' — in decent attempt to cash in on pop party fad

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 27, 2018

‘Stan & Ollie' Review: A Nice Mess, An Even Nicer Biopic
Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly pay tribute to the bond between the legendary screen team Laurel and Hardy

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 26, 2018

‘Holmes & Watson' Review: No, Sh-t Sherlock
This Will Ferrell/John C. Reilly parody of Sherlock Holmes is so painfully unfunny we're not sure it can legally be called a comedy

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 24, 2018

‘On the Basis of Sex' Review: Call It ‘RBG: The Early Years'
Felicity Jones plays the young-and-restless Ruth Bader Ginsburg in this superhero-origin-story biopic

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 24, 2018

‘Destroyer' Review: Pulpy Cop Thriller Is Pure Nicole Kidman Unleashed
The actor turns this twisty, slightly confused piece of pulp fiction into a hell of a showcase

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 20, 2018

‘Second Act' Review: Corporate Snobs vs. Jenny From the Block
Jennifer Lopez comedy aims to be a 'Working Girl' for millennials — and almost gets by on star power alone

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 20, 2018

‘Welcome to Marwen' Review: Trauma, Triumph Get Stuck in the Dollhouse
Director Robert Zemeckis recounts a true story of an ex-soldier who uses action figures as art therapy — and loses something in the Hollywood transition

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 19, 2018

‘Cold War' Review: Polish Romance Has Enough Heat to Singe the Screen
Oscar-winning filmmaker Pawel Pawlikowski returns with a love story that melds the personal, the political and the profound

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 18, 2018

‘Mary Poppins Returns' Review: Too Many Spoonfuls of Sugar
It's no surprise that Mary Poppins Returns, an industrial-strength sugarplum, doesn't ?live up to the 1964 […]

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 18, 2018

‘Aquaman' Review: D.C. Superhero's Solo Movie Is a Waterlogged Mess
Not even Jason Momoa and a cast of overqualified supporting actors can save the character from being the joke of the DCEU

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 17, 2018

‘Vice' Review: Meet The Dubya Era's Dark Lord
Adam McKay's biopic of former Vice-President Dick Cheney takes on the controversial political figure, one dark, bleak laugh at a time

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 17, 2018

‘Bumblebee' Review: If John Hughes Made a ‘Transformers' Movie…
Think 'E.T.' with auto parts — or a cash-in spin-off that transforms, surprisingly, into a best-of-franchise delight

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 14, 2018

‘Mortal Engines' Review: Metropocalypse Now!
Peter Jackson & Co. take on Philip Reeve's popular sci-fi book — and end up with a steampunk Frankenstein's monster made from spare parts

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