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Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 15, 2022

Denzel Washington Is the King of Pain in ‘The Tragedy of Macbeth'
Joel Coen's adaptation of Shakespeare — starring the Oscar winner as the doomed title character — is a starkly modern take that knows absolute power corrupts, absolutely

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 13, 2022

‘Italian Studies' May Be the Most Immersive Memory Loss Movie Ever Made
This raw indie, in which Vanessa Kirby suddenly forgets who she is, drops viewers into an equally disassociative state. That's a compliment

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 12, 2022

Do You Like Scary Movies About Scary Movies Laughing at Scary Movies? Then You'll Love the New ‘Scream'
But if you're looking for horror that doesn't want to eat its cake and stab it too, then you're shit outta luck, my friend

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 06, 2022

No, ‘The 355' Is Not the All-Female Bond Franchise You're Looking For
There are a lot of good intentions in this tweak to the old-fashioned, international spy-vs-spy movie template — and not much else

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 30, 2021

‘Jockey' Is Another One-Last-Ride Sports Drama — and a Victory Lap For Clifton Collins
The character actor gets a rare chance to take center stage as a horse racer on his last legs, riding this modest character study for all its worth

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 29, 2021

‘Cyrano' Reminds You That Peter Dinklage Is a Bona Fide Sex Symbol
Reprising his role from the off-Broadway musical take on Edmond Rostand's play, the 'Game of Thrones' star turns up the tragedy (and the heat) to make this classic character his own

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 26, 2021

Olivia Colman Questions a Mother's Nature in ‘The Lost Daughter'
Maggie Gyllenhaal's directorial debut makes a subversive thriller out of a quiet, complex character study

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 24, 2021

‘Don't Look Up'…or You Might See One Bomb of a Movie Hurtling Right Toward You
Adam McKay's satire imagines an A-list cast fretting over a giant comet threatening our planet — and can't crawl out of the tarpit of it's own bone-deep despair

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 21, 2021

‘The Matrix Resurrections' Is a Nostalgia-Fueled Love Story 22 Years in the Making
The long-awaited sequel wears its fan service on its sleeve, but the meta-references, winks, and nods are layered with a much deeper meaning

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 21, 2021

‘The Matrix Resurrections' Reclaims the Red Pill
The long-awaited sequel is a moving nostalgia trip that reminds us of the franchise's stunning prescience — and brings its big ideas into sharp focus

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 17, 2021

Juice WRLD Documentary Shows the Promise, Personality, and Downfall of a Generational Talent
The new HBO film is a deeply intimate look at Soundcloud rap's greatest hope and champion, but it doesn't answer bigger questions

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 16, 2021

Why ‘Nightmare Alley' Is One Gorgeous, Bleak American Dream Flameout
Guillermo del Toro's follow-up to 'The Shape of Water' resurrects an old noir about con artists and carny life, and gives Bradley Cooper a career-best role

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 14, 2021

Surprise! ‘Spider Man: No Way Home' Is a Supercharged, Cracked-Mirror MCU Buddy Comedy
The latest Spidey epic imports some familiar looking bad guys — and somehow retcons an entire comic-book multiverse under one mouse-eared roof

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 10, 2021

‘Being the Ricardos': When Desi Met Lucy — and They Became Aaron Sorkin's Talking Points
The writer-director uses the TV sitcom's royal couple to score ideological points, and occasionally lets his actors remind you that they were human beings

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 09, 2021

‘West Side Story' Is Classic Spielberg, Classic Moviemaking — Just Classic, Period.
The director's remake is both a hat-tip to the original (and old-school Hollywood) and a slightly revised version that gives this street-gang 'Romeo & Juliet' a sense of urgency

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 06, 2021

‘Red Rocket': Diary of a Trump-Era Ex-Porn Star
Sean Baker's follow-up to 'The Florida Project' follows a narcissistic, delusional adult-movie actor on the skids — and resurrects Simon Rex from the millennial-sex-symbol dead

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 26, 2021

‘The Humans' Reminds You That Every Family Holiday Dinner Is a Waking Nightmare
Stephen Karam's adaptation of his Tony-winning play turns this drama into its own specific horror movie — and reminds you that family means always having to say you're sorry

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 24, 2021

‘House of Gucci'? OK. House of Gaga? Hell Yes!
Ridley Scott's true-crime tale of murder among the rich, famous and fashionable has a supernova at the center of it, and proves the singer is a great actor, period

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 24, 2021

‘Licorice Pizza' Is Paul Thomas Anderson's 1970s Power Ballad — and the Funkiest Love Story of the Year
A spiritual prequel to 'Punch Drunk Love,' the filmmaker's look back at a bygone era couldn't be more personal — or have better performers at its center

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 22, 2021

Joaquin Phoenix Has Adventures in Babysitting in ‘C'mon C'mon'
The actor plays a bachelor uncle stuck with his precocious nephew in Mike Mills' latest drama, a film that brings indie tropes into moving harmony

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 19, 2021

‘Procession' Isn't a Documentary on Sexual Abuse and the Catholic Church — It's a Portrait of Survivors Reclaiming Their Lives
And the way it lets these men exorcise their demons through moviemaking is a serious gift — to them and us

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 19, 2021

Will Smith Makes a Racket as Venus and Serena's Dad in ‘King Richard'
Playing the Williams sisters' dad as a brash, stubborn control freak, Smith shows how, and why, two culture-shifting athletes came from humble roots

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 17, 2021

‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife': I Ain't ‘Fraid of No Bad Fan-Service Sequel
But just because you're not scared to watch a franchise wallow in knee-jerk nostalgia doesn't mean it's not a pandering mess

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 12, 2021

‘Belfast': Kenneth Branagh's Troubles-in-Mind Memoir-Drama Is a Personal Triumph
The writer-director's return to his end-of-innocence moment — when sectarian violence rocked Northern Ireland — is, to put it bluntly, his best movie in years

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 11, 2021

‘Red Notice': Hey Kids, Remember Movie Stars? They Sure Were Cool!
What do you get when you team up Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot in a god-awful, generic-AF jewel thief movie? We'll give you a hint

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 10, 2021

Four Soldiers Lost Their Lives. ‘3212 Un-redacted' Exposes the Military Cover-Up That Blamed Them for It.
A new Hulu documentary uses official documents, harrowing footage, and firsthand testimonials to correct the record on a 2017 mission gone wrong in Niger

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 09, 2021

‘The Harder They Fall' Sees the Old West's Black Cowboys Ride Again
Jeymes Samuel's feature debut is a history lesson wrapped in fast, flashy, and fantastical storytelling

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 03, 2021

Tom Hanks' Sci-Fi Movie ‘Finch' is One Long, Postapocalyptic ‘OK Boomer' Meme
The star's dystopian tale of a man and his robot starts off as 'Cast Away: End of the World Edition' — and then devolves into one hot mess

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 29, 2021

‘Last Night in Soho': Edgar Wright Takes a Straight Razor to the Swinging Sixties
The 'Baby Driver' filmmaker goes the psychological thriller route, with a horror film that both romanticizes and criticizes a groovy, grotesque past

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 26, 2021

The Hot Gods of ‘Eternals' Will Bore You to Death With Their Feelings
In the latest MCU movie, sexy superheroes care more about their own melodramas than the humans they're supposed to be saving

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 25, 2021

‘The French Dispatch' Is the Most Wes Anderson-y Wes Anderson Movie of All Time
The director throws every trick in his book at this lovingly tribute to 'The New Yorker' magazine — and creatives everywhere

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 20, 2021

‘Dune' Wages an All-Out Attack on the Senses — and Wins
Denis Villeneuve's ambitious adaptation turns Frank Herbert's sci-fi classic into a big, bold blockbuster

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 15, 2021

‘The Velvet Underground' Documentary Is as Radical, Daring and Brilliant as the Band Itself
Todd Haynes look back at the Sixties downtown-boho rock icons gives the group the exhilarating, experimental portrait it richly deserves

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 14, 2021

‘Halloween Kills'…Your Desire to See Any More ‘Halloween' Movies
The sequel to David Gordon Green's brilliant 2018 franchise-reboot is a murder scene in all of the wrong ways

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 13, 2021

‘The Last Duel': Damon and Affleck Reunite for a Medieval #MeToo Drama Fail
Costarring Adam Driver and Jodie Comer, Ridley Scott's A-list epic tries to balance violence, comedy, campiness and heavy-handed message-mongering. It does not succeed.

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 13, 2021

‘The Last Duel': Damon and Affleck Reunite for a Medieval #MeToo-Drama Fail
Co-starring Adam Driver and Jodie Comer, Ridley Scott's A-list epic tries to balance violence, comedy, campiness and heavy-handed message-mongering. It does not succeed

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 09, 2021

‘Lamb' Is the Sweetest, Most Touching Horror-Movie Nightmare You've Ever Seen
A bold, disturbing story about farmers raising an unusual animal as their own makes for an incredible debut — and a cult movie in the making

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 08, 2021

‘Titane': Just Your Average Gender-Flipping, Genre-Bending, Car-F-king Serial Killer Movie
Julia Ducournau's Palme d'Or winner twists horror, erotica, and psychological thrills into something completely new, confounding, and captivating

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 01, 2021

‘No Time to Die': Daniel Craig's Last Bond Movie Is One Long, Loving Victory Lap
For his final turn as 007, the actor who gave Bond an edge and a pulse reminds you why his tenure as the action hero has been iconic

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 30, 2021

‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage': Woody Harrelson Is the Creep This B-Movie Needs
As the titular villainous counterpart to Tom Hardy's Venom, the actor ups the ante of silly humor and trashy fun in this dueling-alien-symbiotes sequel

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 28, 2021

Why ‘Many Saints of Newark' Is a ‘Sopranos' Prequel You Can't Refuse
David Chase and friends go back to the beginning, and deliver a combination of origin story, historical epic and a good, old-fashioned gangster movie

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 28, 2021

One Room, One 911 Call, One Angry Cop: ‘The Guilty' Pushes Jake Gyllenhaal to the Edge
Tightly-wound star vehicle gives the actor plenty of room to show off, as an officer bound to desk duty at a call center

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 23, 2021

‘The Card Counter' Plays the Hand Its Dealt in Paul Schrader's Moral Universe
Oscar Isaac's mysterious poker player is the latest in a series of solitary, demon-plagued men the writer-director has brought to the screen

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 23, 2021

Why Do People Hate the ‘Dear Evan Hansen' Movie So Much?
The adaptation of the Tony-winning Broadway musical and its star have been raked over the coals since the first trailer appeared — yet the end result is painfully true to the spirit of the play

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 17, 2021

‘Cry Macho': A Clint Eastwood Movie That Shoots Right to the Heart
The star-director plays with familiar tropes as a cowboy in his twilight, but delivers a surprising emotional payoff

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 17, 2021

‘The Eyes of Tammy Faye': Jessica Chastain Will Have You Crying ‘Holy Sh-t'
She's the only reason to see this biopic of the disgraced televangelist and LGBTQ icon — but it's a blessed enough reason to see it

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 03, 2021

‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings': A Fresh Take on the Origin Story Trope
The latest Marvel movie tells a cross-generational, culture-forward superhero tale with style, grace, and plenty of ass-kicking action

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 26, 2021

‘Candyman': Yes, This Remake Is Brutal and Timely. But It Also Overreaches for Relevance
Director Nia DaCosta's version — starring Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and Teyonah Parris — is too aware of too aware of the legacy (and ironies) of its predecessor's premise

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 23, 2021

Critic's Pick: ‘The Night House' Turns a Ghost Story Into Chic Grief Therapy
It also gives Rebecca Hall a great role, makes the most of its 'Architectural Digest'-worthy setting and takes some intriguing left turns

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 19, 2021

‘Reminiscence': Who Wants a Trip Down Sci-Fi Memory Lane?
Hugh Jackman is a man who lets people relive their memories — and gets caught up in chasing his own past — in this forgettable mix of detective pulp, dystopic science fiction and dead ends

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 16, 2021

John David Washington Is a Regular Man on the Run in ‘Beckett'
A thriller from director Ferdinando Cito Filomarino that risks the ridiculous while it veers into unexpected terrain

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 14, 2021

‘Homeroom' Examines a Tumultuous, Unpredictable Senior Year
The third entry in director Peter Nicks's "Oakland trilogy" focuses on the traumas and triumphs of Oakland High School's class of 2020

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 13, 2021

‘Respect': Aretha's Music Carries This Biopic
A biopic of the Queen was never going to satisfy everyone — but Jennifer Hudson captures the power of Franklin's songs

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 13, 2021

‘CODA' is Every Single Sundance Movie Rolled Into One
This year's festival prizewinner finally comes to the general public, courtesy of Apple — and it's the type of feel-good movie that leaves you both uplifted and exhausted

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 13, 2021

‘Free Guy': Welcome to ‘Ryan Reynolds Player One'
The 'Deadpool' star is the only reason to see this story of video games, nice guys finishing first and the evils of corporate I.P. obsessions — but you knew that already

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 09, 2021

Is ‘The Viewing Booth' the Best Documentary of the Year?
An experiment in how we watch — and the difference in what people see even when we're watching the same thing — gives us one of the intriguing, vital movies of 2021

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 06, 2021

The Ugly Purity of ‘The Suicide Squad'
Director James Gunn's stand-alone sequel delivers all the grime-splashed, blood-splattered grindhouse cosplay fans desire

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 06, 2021

‘Swan Song': Udo Kier Lives Out Loud, Even If This Movie Mumbles
The cult actor gets a rare spotlight role as a hairdresser revisiting the ghosts of his past — if only the film would rise to his level

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 04, 2021

‘Stillwater' Examines Lives in Wreckage, With Matt Damon at the Center
The sly power of director Tom McCarthy's style is to reveal how we often project our beliefs and biases based on assumptions

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 04, 2021

An Examination of Lives in Wreckage: Matt Damon Is at the Center of ‘Stillwater'
The sly power of director Tom McCarthy's style is to reveal how we often project our beliefs and biases based on assumptions

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 01, 2021

‘Nine Days': Life After Death (and Before Life)
A man interviews souls for the chance to be born in this metaphysical drama that asks: Who are we, before we are anything at all?

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 30, 2021

‘Jungle Cruise': The Rock and Emily Blunt Go Up the Disney River, Without a Paddle
The Mouse House attempts to make a-movie-based-on-an-amusement-park-ride lightning strike twice — and gives you a journey in to the heart of "blah"-ness

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 30, 2021

Heroes and Villains: Dev Patel Takes on His Greatest Challenge in ‘The Green Knight'
Director David Lowery's take on the 14th-century poem about Sir Gawain's quest for greatness turns Arthurian legend inside out

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 29, 2021

Flawed But Complicated: ‘Joe Bell' Stars Mark Wahlberg as a Dad on a Journey of Regret over His Dead, Gay Son
Although much of Joe Bell revolves around a secular ritual of self-flagellation, it's not a simple redemption narrative of a homophobic parent making amends

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 23, 2021

M. Night Shyamalan Still Knows What You're Thinking — And ‘Old' Leans Into Its Twists
Beware the beach this summer …

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 23, 2021

‘Val' Review: A Kilmer For All Seasons
A portrait of the 'Top Gun' star — using footage from Kilmer's decades of self-documentation — lets the actor tell his story in his own words

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 22, 2021

‘Snake Eyes': Ninjas, Yakuzas and ‘G.I. Joe' Origin Stories, Oh My!
A spin-off involving the series most popular and enigmatic character provides an interesting franchise detour — until it very much doesn't

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 16, 2021

‘Space Jam: A New Legacy' Is an Exercise in Excess
The movie does what it aims to do — ultimately anointing LeBron James' status as this era's greatest by having him take up the mantle from His Airness

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 16, 2021

‘Escape Room: Tournament of Champions': Die Young, Stay Pretty
The movie franchise remains a fool-proof suspense vehicle

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 16, 2021

‘Pig' Gives Us a Kinder, Gentler — and Sadder — Nicolas Cage
A slow-burn of a story about a man searching for his stolen prize pig, this character study hands its star a chance to tone things down

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 16, 2021

‘Pig' Gives Us a Sadder Nicolas Cage — But Not Without Rage
A slow-burn of a story about a man searching for his stolen prize pig, this character study hands its star a chance to tone things down

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 16, 2021

‘Roadrunner': The Life, Death and Passion of Anthony Bourdain
Morgan Neville's documentary on the late chef/author/TV show host gives you a tragic mystery — but also the pleasure of Bourdain's company

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 09, 2021

‘Black Widow': Scarlett Johansson Finally Gets Her Moment to Shine in the MCU
Credit is due to Florence Pugh and Johansson for proving that their foes-then-friends dynamic could satisfyingly hold an entire movie

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 07, 2021

Soderbergh Returns to Familiar Territory With ‘No Sudden Move'
The automatic pleasure of seeing Don Cheadle, Benicio Del Toro, Brendan Frasier and others up to no good is the draw, but the auteur's latest crime drama is much more than easy coolness

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 03, 2021

‘Zola' Violates All the Rules of ‘Good Storytelling' — Which Is Why It Works
Implausibility is one key to why Janicza Bravo's new feature is such a disconcerting, curious, abrasive, intelligent, surprising, and likely polarizing joy

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 30, 2021

‘Lydia Lunch: The War Is Never Over': All Hail the Queen of the Underground
Beth B's documentary on the singer/provocateur/No Wave icon looks, sounds and feels like a Lydia Lunch song: raw, loud, unfiltered and unflinching

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 25, 2021

‘False Positive': A Breach-Birth Version of Pregnancy Horror
A surreal tale of maternal paranoia à la 'Rosemary's Baby' feels like it never gets past its thinkpiece-headline ambitions — or knows quite what it wants to say

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 25, 2021

‘F9': A Long-Overdue Family Reunion Brings Lots of Drama
The ninth movie in the 'Fast & Furious' franchise features all the chases, destruction, and convoluted plot you'd expect — and soap-opera histrionics galore

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 25, 2021

‘The Ice Road': Go Truck Yourself
Let's just say that this thriller about big-rig haulers navigating slippery, frosty terrain is on thin ice in more ways than one

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 25, 2021

‘Summer of Soul': A Legendary Long-Lost Concert, An Instantly Classic Concert Film
Ahimr "Questlove" Thompson's look back at the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival rescues a milestone series of live shows — and is damn near a music-doc masterpiece

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 24, 2021

‘I Carry You With Me': A Love Story, With and Without Borders
What started as a documentary about two Mexican immigrants in love becomes a free-form look at what their relationship's endured — and is better for it

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 23, 2021

‘Good on Paper': When Dream Guys Turn Into Nightmares
Comedian Iliza Shlesinger writes her own star-vehicle ticket — and mines a real-life experience — as stand-up comic who gets romantically gaslit by a grifter

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 18, 2021

‘Luca': Pixar's Modest, Mondo Italiano ‘Little Mermaid' is Minor — and Still Breaks Your Heart
The latest from the animation juggernaut can't compare to the company's classics, but it still has its charms — and a sense of longing that strikes a chord

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 17, 2021

‘Summer of 85' Review: A Sunny Gay Romance With a Dash of Despair
François Ozon's latest tale of youthful gay love — in the heat of the summer — is pleasurably familiar

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 17, 2021

‘The Sparks Brothers' Takes the Story of America's Quirkiest Duo to Cool Places
Filmmaker Edgar Wright's love letter to Russell and Ron Mael is both exhaustive and exhausting — but it highlights their secret influence on pop culture

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 16, 2021

‘The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard': Reynolds. Jackson. Explosions. ‘Laughs,' Zzzzz.
An action-comedy sequel that no one asked for brings more bullets, booms and yawns — thank god for Salma Hayek

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 11, 2021

‘In the Heights' Proves Movie Musicals Are Back
Jon M. Chu's big-screen adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda's barrio musical, by and about Latinos, makes a star of Anthony Ramos

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 11, 2021

‘In the Heights' Sets Out to Do the Impossible — And Largely Succeeds
Jon M. Chu's big-screen adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda's barrio musical, by and about Latinos, makes a star of Anthony Ramos

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 11, 2021

‘Censor': British Horror, Banned Movies and Madness
Throwback film rewinds to England's days of strict scary-movie censorship, and turns a psychological breakdown into a fractured fairy tale

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 10, 2021

‘Infinite' Misses the Mark (Walhberg) — No Jest
Yes, you can blame director Antoine Fuqua for this limp bit of hero myth

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 04, 2021

‘Conjuring' Is Back — And the Devil Made Them Do It. Seriously
The "why" is (apparently) irrelevant

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 26, 2021

A Battle of Wits and Knits: Despite Its Intentions, ‘Cruella' Proves Why the Baddies Are More Fun
Vampy, stylish, and cruel: Emma Stone embodies the campy dognapper

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 26, 2021

‘New Order': Class War, Dismissed
Cinema provocateur Michel Franco reminds you that the revolution will not be televised — it will be turned into tone-deaf, feel-bad posturing

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 25, 2021

‘A Quiet Place: Part II': The Sound of Silence (and Sequelitis)
The follow-up to John Krasinki's out-of-nowhere horror hit continues the story — and feels like it's a little too concerned with franchise-building for its own good

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 21, 2021

‘The Dry' Is a Mystery Full of Small-Town Secrets, Suspicions
Robert Connolly's film, starring Eric Bana, is full of little rabbit holes of the mind

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 20, 2021

‘Final Account': An Oral History of a Broken, Brainwashed Nation
A collection of interviews with the last generation of Germans who lived through the Third Reich doubles as an urgent reminder to keep history from repeating itself

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 14, 2021

‘The Killing of Two Lovers': Portrait of a Desperate Dad in Denial — With a Gun
Actors Clayne Crawford and Sepideh Moafi are stellar conduits for all the pain on display in Robert Machoian's debut feature

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 14, 2021

‘Riders of Justice': Mads Mikkelsen Would Like His Revenge Now, Thank You
The Danish star helps turn this dish-best-served-cold thriller into something thrilling, nutty and completely subversive

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 14, 2021

‘Those Who Wish Me Dead': Angelina Jolie Is the Fiery Heart of This Neo-Western Thriller
Playing a smokejumper with an apparent death wish, the movie star deploys her gaze of steel to have us believing in her heroic abilities

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 14, 2021

‘The Woman in the Window': Amy Adams Gets Rear-Windowed
Adaptation of bestselling thriller about an agoraphobe who witnesses a murder gets the full A-list treatment — and still feels curiously DOA

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