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Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 23, 2020

‘Collective': A Tragedy, a Cover-Up, an Expose — and the Best Documentary of the Year
A fire at a Bucharest nightclub kicks off an investigation into deep systematic rot in this nonfiction procedural-cum-masterpiece

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 20, 2020

Steve McQueen Captures a Pivotal Uprising of British West Indians in ‘Mangrove'
The director's 'Small Axe' series focuses on the black British experience — and the first of five is now streaming on Amazon Prime

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 20, 2020

‘Happiest Season': Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis Are Shoved Back Into the Closet for the Holidays
For her directorial debut, Clea DuVall adds a dose of gay anxiety to the familiar straight Christmas family fare

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 17, 2020

‘Run' Review: The Adventures of a Barren Munchausen Thriller
Thriller about a sickly young woman — and her loving and extremely suspicious mother — is one empty exercise in maternity-run-amuck camp

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 16, 2020

‘Sound of Metal' Review: Riz Ahmed Composes a Song for the Deaf
Story of a drummer navigating life after deafness immerses you in a noiseless world — but it's the star that makes it speak volumes loudly and clearly

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 13, 2020

‘The Climb' Review: Best Frenemies Forever
Michael Angelo Covino and Kyle Marvin's cringe comedy about a toxic but enduring male friendship is hilarious and tragic all at once

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 13, 2020

‘Freaky' Review: You Got Your Body-Switcheroo Comedy in My Slasher Flick!
A horrorcentric take on a tried-and-true comic premise brings both scares and laughs, along with ... a first-rate Vince Vaughn performance?

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 12, 2020

David Fincher's ‘Mank' Brings Old Hollywood Thrills — and Eerie Political Chills
The director's black-and-white opus about the making of 'Citizen Kane' is a both love letter to cinema and a timely cautionary tale about power

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 12, 2020

‘Hillbilly Elegy' Review: A Bestselling Memoir Becomes Oscar-Season B.S.
J.D. Vance's story of growing up poor gets the prestige-drama treatment — and ends up as a lot of sound and fury signifying nothing

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 10, 2020

‘City Hall': Frederick Wiseman's Latest Reminds Us Why Democracy Is Slow — But Effective
With subtle irony, the documentary reinforces the truism that politics are never simple

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 10, 2020

‘Ammonite' Review: Love on the Rocks
A romance between a pioneering female paleontologist and a high-society woman fuels one passionate A-list period piece

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 06, 2020

‘Jungleland': Two Brothers, A Woman, One Last Fight — You Know the Drill
Charlie Hunnam and Jack O'Connell are two down-and-outers pinning their hopes on one last bareknuckle bout in this familiar drama

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 05, 2020

‘Let Him Go' Review: Ma and Pa Kettle Go American Gothic
Tale of a rural married couple tracking down their missing grandson gets by on a grim-corny Neo-Western vibe, courtesy of Kevin Costner and Diane Lane

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 05, 2020

‘Proxima' Review: The Space Travel Between Us
A female astronaut balances maternal angst and training for a mission to Mars in this intriguing (and literal) star vehicle for Eva Green

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 30, 2020

‘Fire Will Come': Redemption and Restoration, One Flame at a Time
A former prisoner returns to the Spanish village where he grew up — and whose forests are in danger of being destroyed — in a brilliant, evocative character study

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 30, 2020

‘His House' Review: A Haunting, Out of the Past
Two refugees fleeing violence find a new home in England — and some unwanted restless spirits awaiting them — in this ingenious, colonialist take on the haunted-house story

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 30, 2020

‘Come Play' Review: Where the Wild Things Scar
An autistic boy encounters an online storybook monster who wants to be his friend — or else — in this mix of Spielbergian sentimentality and scare tactics

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 28, 2020

‘The Craft: Legacy' Review: The Spell Remains the Same
This sequel-of-sorts to the 1996 cult classic updates the coven empowerment for a new era — but it's still a witches' brew that tastes like weak tea

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 26, 2020

‘Ham on Rye' Review: A Coming-of-Age Film, Going Into Uncharted Territory
Tyler Taormina's teen "comedy" starts off as a recognizable high school movie before take a sharp left turn into existential dread

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 26, 2020

‘Synchronic' Review: Time Travel — The Ultimate Bad Trip
Two paramedics stumble across a street drug with some very odd side effects — and a knack for letting users get lost in the past

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 23, 2020

‘Midnight in Paris' Review: A Prom Night Doc to Remember
A look at the lead-up to a high school prom in Flint, Michigan, turns an annual event into a celebration of a place and everyday people

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 22, 2020

‘The Witches' Review: A D.O.A. Fantasy Made From Dahl Parts
Robert Zemeckis takes Roald Dahl's dark, macabre novel for a spin, and winds up with a lot of sound, fury, and an over-the-top Anne Hathaway

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 22, 2020

‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm': Sacha Baron Cohen's Holy Fool Returns With a Vengeance
Fourteen years after the comedian turned a fake foreign journalist into a cultural touchstone, his gonzo character comes back to take on Trump's America — and wins

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 21, 2020

‘Letter to You' Review: Bruce Springsteen's Long, Loving Look Back
Documentary on the making of a new Bruce & the E Street Band album is part love letter, part eulogy and part joyous rock 'n' roll celebration

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 21, 2020

‘Rebecca': A Gothic Classic Gets the By-the-Numbers Treatment
Filmmaker Ben Wheatley's adaptation of Daphne du Maurier's tale of second-wife blues is desperately in need of life support

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 19, 2020

‘Martin Eden': A Young Man's Literary Journey, A Cinematic Knockout
Pietro Marcello's take on Jack London's novel is the kind of movie that restores your faith in an art form — and the craft of turning words on a page into sound and vision

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 16, 2020

‘The Trial of the Chicago 7': The Sixties Told in Sorkinese
Writer-director Aaron Sorkin brings a star-studded cast and his signature brand of fast-talking, hokey idealism to an inflection point in the counterculture movement

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 16, 2020

‘White Riot': When Punk Rock Fought the Nazis and Won
A pitch-perfect, punk AF documentary about the formation of U.K.'s Rock Against Racism — culminating in a legendary '78 show in Victoria Park — doubles as a contemporary call to arms

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 15, 2020

‘Love and Monsters': An Incurable Romantic's Guide to the Apocalypse
'Maze Runner' star Dylan O'Brien wanders a postapocalyptic wasteland — and battles two-ton killer mutant insects — for amore in this one-stop-shopping multiplex mash-up

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 15, 2020

‘American Utopia': David Byrne's Paradise Found
Spike Lee's concert film of the singer's Broadway show is a perfect complement to 'Stop Making Sense' — and pure bliss

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 13, 2020

‘Honest Thief' Review: Liam Neeson vs. Corrupt Feds — Guess Who Wins?
The action star plays a safecracker looking to go straight, until some dodgy FBI agents try to shake him down and take him down. He deserves better than this

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 13, 2020

‘Totally Under Control' Review: How Trump Created America's Covid Era
A new documentary co-directed by Alex Gibney traces how our current administration's complete mishandling of a pandemic in the U.S. turned catastrophic

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 09, 2020

‘The Wolf of Snow Hollow' Review: Meet the Beast Within
Writer-director Jim Cummings' follow-up to 'Thunder Road' turns an '80s horror homage into toxic-masculinity breakdown

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 09, 2020

‘The Forty-Year-Old Version': An Auteurist-Comedy Star Is Born
Writer, director and star Radha Blank tells a semi-autobiographical tale of a playwright stuck in an artistic rut — and boldly stakes her claim in a normally white, malecentric comic space

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 09, 2020

‘Time': A Woman's Life, A Man's Imprisonment, A Portrait of Love Everlasting
Garrett Bradley's decades-spanning documentary on a family dealing with the impact of incarceration — told mostly through video diaries — is one of the most essential films of the year

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 09, 2020

‘The War With Grandpa': What About Bob, The AARP Years
Robert De Niro's comedy about an elderly man and his grandkid engaged in escalating prank battle will make you miss the glory days of 'Little Fockers'

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 08, 2020

‘Charm City Kings': Coming-of-Age Drama Keeps Spinning Its Wheels
Set against the backdrop of Baltimore's outlaw motorbike clubs, this story of a kid who falls in with the two-wheel crowd feels very familiar

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 05, 2020

‘Dick Johnson Is Dead' Review: A Tribute to Dad, One Death at a Time
Kirsten Johnson's documentary about her elderly dad — in which she mock-kills him over and over — is more than a blackly comic memorial. It's a masterpiece

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 02, 2020

‘On the Rocks': Bill and Sofia's Excellent New York Adventure
The 'Lost in Translation' director and star reunite for a bittersweet father-daughter comedy costarring Rashida Jones and set in the Big Apple

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 01, 2020

‘Possessor': The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Professional Corporate Assassin
Brandon Cronenberg's cracked thriller about a mind-controlling hit women having an existential crisis is one out-of-body experience

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 30, 2020

‘The Boys in the Band': A Queer History Lesson With Plenty of Shade
The new movie adaptation, from director Joe Mantello and producer Ryan Murphy, is packed with openly gay Hollywood stars reprising their Broadway roles

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 28, 2020

‘The Glorias': A Steinem for All Seasons
Julie Taymor's high-fiber, overstuffed take on Gloria Steinem — as played by four different actors — is a slippery megillah of a biopic

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 25, 2020

‘Kajillionaire': Miranda July's Con-Artist-Family Drama Is Superior Quirk
Independent writer-director's first film in nine years turns a tale of three grifters into a mediation on blood ties, love and failure

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 24, 2020

‘Enola Holmes': Sleuth Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves
Adaptation of Nancy Springer's YA novels featuring Sherlock's teen sibling would be a crass I.P. grab if it weren't for its subtext — and its star

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 22, 2020

Poetic Drama ‘Residue' Makes Gentrification Personal
Writer-director Merawi Gerima explores feelings of alienation in this memory-inflected film set in Washington D.C

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 18, 2020

‘The Nest' Review: Screams From a Marriage
An American family moves to 1980s London and experience domestic anarchy in the U.K. in 'Marcy Martha May Marlene' writer-director Sean Durkin's blistering domestic nightmare

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 17, 2020

‘The Devil All the Time': A Southern Gothic-Lite, All Tied Up in Knots
Torrid tale of serial murderers, backwoods madness and ol' time religious immorality in the American heartland can't make sense of its own twisted storytelling

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 17, 2020

‘Blackbird' Review: Go Gentle Into That Good Night, Susan Sarandon
Oscar-winning star plays a matriarch who gathers her family together for a long goodbye in this mixed memorial melodrama

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 16, 2020

‘Antebellum' Is a Revenge Fantasy Gone Sideways
Janelle Monáe stars in a brash debut from filmmakers Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz that tackles America's original sin

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 14, 2020

‘Buoyancy': Survivalist Thriller Pits a Boy Against Modern-Day Slavery and the Sea
A 14-year-old Cambodian tries to stay alive and afloat in terse, intense tale of contemporary bondage

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 09, 2020

‘Cuties' Review: A Coming-of-Age Movie Caught in the Culture Wars
Thanks to a major marketing mistake, this award-winning French movie has been accused of sexualizing girls. It's actually a sensitive portrait of growing pains that deserves to be seen

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 04, 2020

‘Mulan' Remake Is Shrewd But Not Sharp
Disney's live-action take on the iconic story doesn't dig deep enough to do its heroine justice

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 04, 2020

‘I'm Thinking of Ending Things' Review: Charlie Kaufman's Trouble in Mind
The writer-director returns with an adaptation of Iain Reid's novel that doubles as an emotional sucker punch — and reminds you how much his voice has been missed

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 28, 2020

‘Tenet' Review: Christopher Nolan's Knockout Arrives Right on Time
The filmmaker's big-gamble brainteaser finally arrives in U.S. theaters (and only theaters) — and it's a dizzying, delirious ride

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 27, 2020

‘Bill & Ted Face the Music' Review: Third Time's a Most Excellent Charm
The time-traveling SoCal teens return, older if not wiser, for one more bodacious chance to save the world

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 26, 2020

‘Personal History of David Copperfield' Review: Dickens, Served with a Side of Absurdity
Writer-director Armando Iannucci delivers an irreverent adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic that nails the author's humor, spirit and voice to a tee

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 26, 2020

‘Lingua Franca' Review: A Transgender Love Story, Told Tenderly and Lyrically
Writer-director-star Isabel Sandoval turns a portrait of an immigrant caretaker in Brooklyn into a beautiful study in empathy

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 21, 2020

‘Unhinged': Russell Crowe Has Road Rage — Are You Not Entertained? (No)
What's crazier: The 'Gladiator' star going ballistic over a traffic incident or risking your life to see this broken B-movie in a theater?

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 20, 2020

‘The 24th' Review: Revisiting a Riot, and a Historical Racial Injustice
A recounting of a mutiny among an all-black regiment in Texas during WWI is both a corrective and a reminder of how far we still need to go

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 20, 2020

‘The One and Only Ivan' Review: Animals Are People, Too
Disney adaptation of the award-winning children's book has a strong anti-captivity message — and a touch that's a tad too soft

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 19, 2020

‘Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula' Takes Zombie Movies Nowhere
The sequel to 2016's surprise-hit undead flick 'Train to Busan' is a derivative glut of action and characters

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 18, 2020

‘Tesla' Review: A Postmodern Biopic for a Modern Genius
Ethan Hawke stars as the pioneering inventor in a period piece filled with Google searches, karaoke sing-alongs and imagination to spare

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 14, 2020

‘Project Power' Review: Superheroes, Only a Pill Away (Side Effects May Occur)
High-concept, star-heavy Netflix action movie imagines a world where a street drug can turn anyone in to a comic-book hero or villain — for a price

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 31, 2020

‘The Fight' Review: Defending Freedom, One Court Case at a Time
Doc on the ACLU uses four case studies to look at how the organization has been on the frontlines of Trump-era assaults on democracy

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 31, 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
Jul 30, 2020

‘She Dies Tomorrow' Review: Paranoia, One Person-to-Person Contact Away
A woman suddenly becomes convinced that she only has one more day to live — an idea which becomes contagious — in what may be the eeriest horror movie of 2020

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 29, 2020

‘Summerland' Review: Love, Childcare and the Joys of Comfort-Food Cinema
Cloying British drama about an iconoclastic woman looking after a boy during the Blitz will either be an annoyance or a balm, depending on your mood

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 24, 2020

‘Amulet' Review: A Necklace, a Soldier, a Horror-Movie Nightmare
Actor-turned-filmmaker Romola Garai's directorial debut delivers socially tinged supernatural terror and a sense of creepiness — up to a point

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 23, 2020

‘Radioactive' Review: Madame Curie Gets Her Electro-Charged Biopic
Rosamund Pike does wonders with the Nobel-winning scientist and her legacy

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 22, 2020

‘The Rental' Review: When a Getaway Weekend Gets Gruesome
Dave Franco's directorial debut turns a tale of two couples renting a spooky Air BnB into a stalker-film delight

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 16, 2020

‘We Are Freestyle Love Supreme': Before ‘Hamilton,' There Was a Supergroup
Documentary is a decent enough introduction to the hip-hop collective that brought freestyle rap to the theater stage — and helped give birth to 'Hamilton'

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 15, 2020

‘The Painted Bird' Review: Unsparing War Drama Is Roughest Watch of 2020
Czech filmmaker's adaptation of controversial novel turns into an endurance test of sexual depravity and graphic violence

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 09, 2020

‘Greyhound' Review: Tom Hanks Is the Captain Now in Bland WWII Destroyer Drama
The star is the best part of this story about a U.S. destroyer escorting warships through dangerous, submarine-filled waters

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 08, 2020

‘Relic' Review: When the Haunted House Is in Your Head
Australian horror movie turns the effects of disease and dysfunctional mother-daughter relationships into prime supernatural-thriller fodder

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 08, 2020

‘Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets' Review: Last Call for a Las Vegas Dive Bar
A portrait of a dive bar's final hours takes a woozy, compellingly cockeyed look at those who live life one shot at a time

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 08, 2020

Andy Samberg's Perpetual ‘Palm Springs' Party Is Near-Perfect
Destined to repeat themselves, Cristin Milioti joins Samberg for a romcom that doesn't disappoint

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 07, 2020

‘The Old Guard' Review: Charlize Theron Kickstarts a New Action Franchise
The 'Atomic Blonde' star leads a group of immortal warriors into battle in this surprisingly character-driven take on superhero epics

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 03, 2020

‘The Outpost' Review: A War Film Remembers the Fallen
Rod Lurie's recounting of the Battle of Kamdesh in Afghanistan is both a tense you-are-there action film and a stirring tribute

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 02, 2020

‘John Lewis: Good Trouble' Review: Portrait of an American Hero
Documentary on the icon of the civil right movement and current congressional firebrand makes a case that his legacy (and political vitality) is not over yet

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 02, 2020

‘The Truth' Review: Who Wants a French Screen-Legend Stand-Off?
Juliette Binoche and Catherine Deneuve enliven this mother-daughter drama from 'Shoplifters' filmmaker Hirokazu Kore-eda

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 01, 2020

‘Hamilton' Review: Lin-Manuel Miranda, Live and in Your Living Room
Captured for posterity in 2016, this film of the original Broadway-cast production couldn't arrive at a better moment

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 30, 2020

‘Welcome to Chechnya' Review: Doc on LGBTQ Persecution Is Urgent Wake-Up Call
David France's look at the Russian republic's violent campaign against homosexuality—and the brave souls helping folks escape it—doubles as a collective profile in courage

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 30, 2020

‘Force of Nature' Review: Mel Gibson Thriller Is One Toxic Shock
Forget the art-theft plot and Hurricane Maria backdrop — this downpour of offensive stereotypes is a total washout

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 26, 2020

‘All I Can Say' Review: The Life and Death of a Rock Star, in His Own Words
A documentary on Shannon Hoon — made up of camcorder footage shot by the Blind Melon frontman himself — beautifully humanizes a rock-casualty story

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 24, 2020

Miss Eurovision This Year? Will Ferrell Comes to the Rescue
With the actual competition canceled, 'Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga' on Netflix is the next best thing

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 23, 2020

‘The Ghost of Peter Sellers' Review: Portrait of a Movie Star Gone Mad
Filmmaker Peter Medak revisits an old movie project in which the 'Dr. Strangelove' star drove him crazy—and nearly ruined his career

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 23, 2020

‘Irresistible' Review: Jon Stewart Delivers a Political Satire That Stings
Steve Carell and Rose Byrne are partisan spin doctors who try to shape a small-town election —a nd deliver a scathing state-of-the-nation comedy

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 19, 2020

‘Mr. Jones': Stalin Thriller Is Saddled With Too Many Important Stories to Tell
A disordered script makes this indictment of Stalin's evil from director Agnieszka Holland less-than-successful

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 18, 2020

‘Babyteeth' Review: Love, Death and Something to Chew On
Australian drama about a terminally ill woman, a drug-dealer boyfriend and her disapproving parents is the left-field hit you need right now

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 18, 2020

‘You Should Have Left' Review: The Fall of the House of Bacon
Writer-director David Koepp's tale of a family stuck in a haunted Air Bnb is a spooky showcase for its star's unflappable professionalism...and little else

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 18, 2020

‘7500' Review: Flight-Hijacking Thriller Quickly Loses Altitude
Joseph Gordon-Levitt must battle terrorists while singlehandedly landing a passenger jet in this claustrophobic cockpit potboiler

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 17, 2020

‘Miss Juneteenth' Review: A Beauty Pageant, in the Eye of the Beholder
Writer-director Channing Godfrey Peoples' debut about a former 'Miss Juneteenth' winner is a mother-daughter drama perfectly suited to our current moment

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 12, 2020

‘Exit Plan' Review: You'll Want to Leave This D.O.A. Thriller ASAP
Not even 'Game of Thrones' star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau will keep you from bolting

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 12, 2020

‘Aviva' Review: Sexual Healing, One Dance at a Time
The director of 'Fresh' and 'Remember the Titans' turns a self-exploration into a smorgasbord of musical numbers, gender-blurring and copious copulation

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 11, 2020

‘Artemis Fowl' Review: When YA-Classic Adaptations Go Wrong
This bland Disney version of the popular pint-sized-evil-genius books loses the feel of the perversely pleasurable kids-lit series

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 10, 2020

‘Da 5 Bloods' Review: Spike Lee's Vietnam Epic Brings the Heat
Part war film and part heist thriller, the director's story of black veterans returning to old battlegrounds feels made for our current moment

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 08, 2020

‘Tommaso' Review: A Filmmaker's Exorcism, Italian Style
Writer-director Abel Ferrara and Willem Dafoe turn a semi-autobiographical character study of an ex-pat in Rome into a troubled fever dream

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 08, 2020

‘King of Staten Island' Review: The World According to Pete Davidson
The 'SNL' star and director Judd Apatow mine details from Davidson's real-life for this funny, moving tale of grieving and growing up

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 05, 2020

‘The Last Days of American Crime' Review: No. Nope. Nuh-Uh. Wrong
Bad Filmmaking. Worse Timing. Unclean! Unclean!!!

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 05, 2020

Stunt Casting Kevin James as a Neo-Nazi Falls Flat in ‘Becky' Movie
Though their movie is all bluster, it fails to blow down the cliches on which it's built

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