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Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 03, 2020

‘Coffee and Kareem': A Crime Against Comedy
Ed Helms only has himself to blame for this disastrously bad flop

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 26, 2020

‘Resistance' Review: Jesse Eisenberg Has the Mime of His Life
Biopic about the late, great Marcel Marceau flashes back to the artist's early days as French Resistance fighter during WW II

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 25, 2020

‘Crip Camp' Review: Netflix Doc Revisits Ground Zero for Disability Rights Movement
A look back at how a New York summer camp helped form a generation of political firebrands is the definition of inspiring

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 20, 2020

‘Blow the Man Down': A Maine Noir with Money, Murder and Matriarchy
Amazon thriller about two young women, a crime and a small New England community

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 18, 2020

‘Swallow': The Horror Movie for Our Helpless Moment
Modest thriller about a woman suffering from a psychological disorder may have found its audience on V.O.D.—and taps into a fear of control loss that goes beyond its subject

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 13, 2020

‘Big Time Adolescence' Review: Pete Davidson, Professional Stoner Mentor
The 'SNL' veteran isn't the only reason to check out Hulu's manchild comedy/coming-of-age movie — just the main one

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 11, 2020

‘The Hunt' Review: Red vs. Blue, Predators vs. Prey in Twitter's America
The politically charged thriller that Trump didn't want you to see finally hits theaters — and proves to be a better-then-decent B-movie

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 10, 2020

‘The Roads Not Taken' Review: Javier Bardem Shuffles Down Memory Lane
Spanish Oscar-winner is a writer suffering from dementia and trapped in his head in Sally Potter's well-intentioned drama

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 09, 2020

‘Never Rarely Sometimes Always' Review: Teen Pregnancy Drama's a Quiet Stunner
Character study of two young women traveling to New York to procure an abortion will leave you devastated

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 07, 2020

‘Bacurau' Review: An Exploitation-Movie Gem, Made for the Politically Exploited
A serrated-edged satire from Brazil chronicles strange occurrences in a small rural town — and what happens when the oppressed fight back

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 06, 2020

‘Spenser Confidential' Review: Mark Wahlberg's Wicked Smart Excellent Adventure
The legendary pulp-lit detective gets an update (and a new backstory), while Mark Wahlberg charms and coldcocks his way into a franchise

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 06, 2020

‘The Burnt Orange Heresy' Review: Art-Critic Caper Can't Cut the Mustard
Not even Mick Jagger can lift up this slowburn thriller about a rich collector, a reclusive painter and a rare work of art

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 05, 2020

‘First Cow' Review: Frontier Capitalism, Friendship, and the Great American Filmmaker
Kelly Reichardt returns to the past for a quietly profound tale of two enterprising men, a cow, a crime, and a nation on the verge of change

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 04, 2020

‘The Way Back' Review: Ben Affleck's Comeback Story, in More Ways Than One
An ex-basketball star gets a second chance at life as a coach — and a star gets a chance to remind you why you loved him in the first place

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 04, 2020

‘Sorry We Missed You' Review: Requiem for the Gig Economy
Veteran British filmmaker Ken Loach looks at the disintegration of a family — and how the demands of late capitalism is destroying the working class

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 03, 2020

‘Onward' Review: Pixar's Elf-Family Fantasy Is Light on Company's Magic
It's no 'Toy Story' — but the animation juggernaut's latest, about two elf brothers on a quest, is still worth your while

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 28, 2020

‘The Whistlers' Review: When Pulp Fiction Met Romanian New Wave Perfection
All you need to make a movie is a girl and a gun—and a filmmaker who understands how to use those elements as a philosophical depth charge

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 27, 2020

‘Burden' Review: Real-Life Story of Love and Racism Is Well-Intentioned, Wobbly
Sundance award-winner follows a former Klan member's transformation from hatemonger to hero

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 26, 2020

‘Wendy' Review: Peter Pan's Story, From a Female Perspective
'Beasts of the Southern Wild' writer-director Ben Zeitlin tackles J.M Barrie's tale of pirates and lost boys from a completely different angle

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 25, 2020

‘The Invisible Man': Monster-Movie Reboot As #MeToo Revenge Story
Elisabeth Moss helps turn this update of the H.G. Wells classic into a cutting, contemporary work of socially conscious horror

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 25, 2020

‘Greed' Review: Lifestyles of the Rich and Toxic
Michael Winterbottom's comedy about a billionaire's birthday party takes on the one-percent—and reminds you satire works better with a scalpel than a sledgehammer

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 21, 2020

‘Once Were Brothers' Review: Robbie Robertson Looks Back in Anger, Joy, Sentimentality
Everything you ever wanted to know about the heyday of the Band but were afraid to ask, courtesy of the legendary rock group's founder

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 20, 2020

‘Call of the Wild' Review: Harrison Ford's Digital-Dog Day Afternoon
New version of Jack London's classic man-meets-dog adventure digitizes its canine hero—and loses something vital in the process

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 19, 2020

‘The Last Thing He Wanted' Review: How Not to Film a Literary Thriller
This incoherent adaptation of Joan Didion's novel about a journalist is the last thing any of us wanted

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 19, 2020

‘Emma' Review: An Austen Adaptation Tailored for Our Moment
Latest take on the writer's 1816 tale of a wily matchmaker knocks the stuffing out of typical costume-drama versions

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 18, 2020

‘Corpus Christi' Review: There's a New Hot Priest in Town
Poland's nominee for the Best International Film Oscar follows a ex-convict who cons his way into a small-town church—and challenges you to think about redemption

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 14, 2020

‘Fantasy Island' Review: A Nightmare of a Reboot
Thrills and chills are nowhere to be found in this horror-movie take on the cheesy, Seventies-era TV series

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 13, 2020

‘The Photograph' Review: Sparks Fly Until the Plot Puts Them Out
LaKeith Stanfield and Issa Rae sizzle in an otherwise overly complicated romantic drama

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 12, 2020

‘Downhill' Review: Remake Buries the Original's Edgy Appeal
A Hollywood take on the Alps-set 2014 Swedish film 'Force Majeure' lacks its humor and depth

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 07, 2020

‘Horse Girl' Review: Alison Brie, From Daffy to Dangerously Unstable
'GLOW' star sells the story of a young woman with a penchant for horses, sci-fi TV — and a questionable grip on reality

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 06, 2020

‘Birds of Prey' Review: Harley Quinn Returns, Badder Than Ever
Margot Robbie's candy-colored clown princess of crime gets the spotlight, a new crew — and her own mediocre superhero movie

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 05, 2020

‘The Lodge' Review: Fairy-Tale Horror Film Quickly Falls Apart
Austrian filmmakers behind the supremely creepy 'Goodnight Mommy' deliver a shaky story of two kids, an "evil" stepmother and a cabin in the woods

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 04, 2020

‘Beanpole' Review: War and Peace, From a Female Perspective
Russian WWII movie follows two women with a shared past on the battlefield — and a tragedy hanging over both of them

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 31, 2020

‘The Rhythm Section' Review: Assassin Flick Can't Find the Beat
Blake Lively does her best as a woman hellbent on avenging her parents' death, but clichés are the real killer in this formulaic action movie

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 29, 2020

‘The Assistant' Review: A Quietly Devastating Portrait of the MeToo Era
The specter of Harvey Weinstein looms over this slow-burn story of one young woman's day working for a predatory mogul

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 25, 2020

Sundance 2020: ‘The Go-Go's' Gives '80s New Wave Band a Proper Music Doc (Finally)
Premiere of the seminal all-female group's long-deserved portrait gets the band back together, charting their rise-and-fall-and-return while making the case for their revolutionary status

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 24, 2020

‘The Turning' Review: Screw This
This update of the classic supernatural tale 'The Turn of the Screw' is one D.O.A. ghost story

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 22, 2020

‘The Last Full Measure' Review: A Hero's Long Road to Glory
The amazing true story of a soldier's valor in Vietnam takes a back seat to a decades-long tale of bureaucratic incompetence and corruption

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 22, 2020

‘The Gentlemen' Review: Lock, Stock and Way Too Stale For Its Own Good
Guy Ritchie returns to the sort of clever, tough-guy crime caper he made his name with — and you kind of wish he hadn't

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 22, 2020

‘The Gentlemen' Review: Lock, Stock, and Way Too Stale for Its Own Good
Guy Ritchie returns to the sort of clever, tough-guy crime caper he made his name with — and you kind of wish he hadn't

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 17, 2020

‘Troop Zero' Review: It's the Snobs Versus the Slobs, Girl Scout-Style
A group of misfit youngsters form their own Birdies troop and take on their hoity-toity rivals in a movie you've seen a million times before

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 16, 2020

‘Dolittle' Review: Talk About a Cinematic Heap of Yak Dung
Come back, 'Cats,' we forgive you

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 15, 2020

‘Citizen K' Review: From Russian Oligarch to Savior, With Love
Alex Gibney's profile of a Russian oligarch who went from public enemy to political exile offers a great capsule history of the post-Soviet wild, wild East

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 15, 2020

‘Bad Boys For Life': Third Time's a Charm For Smith and Lawrence
The bang-bang buddy-cop franchise returns for a belated third entry, and its stars prove that they still have that '90s action-movie chemistry

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 09, 2020

‘Like a Boss': Whoever Made This Inane Comedy Should Be Fired
A lot of comic screen talent is wasted in this limp, forgetful, faux-femcentric farce

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 08, 2020

‘Underwater' Review: Poor Kristen Stewart, Stuck in a Soggy ‘Alien' Rip-Off
Not even the talented star can keep this derivative horrorshow from sinking

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 03, 2020

‘The Grudge' Review: J-Horror Lite, Rebooted From Genre to Generic
An attempt to revive the venerable imported franchise simply brings the same ol' scares back for another round

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 27, 2019

‘Clemency' Review: Bear Witness to Alfre Woodard
With a devastating performance as a prison warden who oversees executions, the actress brings the toll of the death penalty to life

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 26, 2019

‘Just Mercy': A Real-Life Legal Drama About an American Hero
Michael B. Jordan plays a real-life death-row lawyer defending an accused killer in Alabama

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 23, 2019

Greta Gerwig Delivers a ‘Little Women' for a New Generation
Writer-director behind 'Lady Bird' turns her take on Louisa May Alcott's novel into a movie for the ages

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 23, 2019

‘1917' Review: War Is Hell, One Shot at a Time
Director Sam Mendes delivers a story of WWI soldiers on a mission that's a technical accomplishment — and a deeply felt tale of heroism under fire

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 19, 2019

‘Cats': A Broadway Musical Adaptation Straight Outta the Litter Box
This disastrous attempt to bring Andrew Lloyd Webber's hit musical to the screen shouldn't happen to a dog

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 18, 2019

‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker' Review: A Perfectly Imperfect Last Chapter
Episode IX won't be all things to all fans, but it's a fine and fitting end to the Skywalker saga

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 14, 2019

‘Black Christmas': A Slasher-Film Remake Updates Its Premise and Strikes Back
This remake of the holiday-themed horror movie updates things for 2019—and its righteous anger makes all the difference

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 13, 2019

‘6 Underground': Movie Stars, Action, Guns, Booms, T&A, Michael Bay
This is a Michael Bay action movie. It stars Ryan Reynolds and is on Netflix. That's all you need to know

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 13, 2019

In ‘Seberg,' Kristen Stewart Plays Jean Seberg as a Tough, Vital Woman Destroyed by Politics
Director Benedict Andrews is focused on the period details in this wobbly biopic about the destruction of the actress and fashion icon

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 12, 2019

‘Jumanji: The Next Level': The Rock, Kevin Hart and Friends Prepare for Round Two
Sequel to the 2017 reboot brings back the A-list cast for more in-game avatar shenanigans

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 11, 2019

‘Bombshell' Review: A Cure for What Ailes Us
Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman, and Margot Robbie pack a punch in this real-life story of how the women of Fox News brought down the network's predatory CEO

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

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