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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

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 13, 2021

‘Profile': A Journalist, a Terrorist and a Tale Told Completely Online
An undercover reporter tries to bait an ISIS recruiter and gets in over her head in this gimmicky it's-all-happening-on-your-computer-screen thriller

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 12, 2021

‘The Perfect Candidate' Reminds You That All Politics Are Local — Even in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabian filmmaker Haifaa Al-Mansour turns the story of a female doctor who runs for office into a sly, buoyant social drama

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 12, 2021

‘Spiral': Chris Rock's ‘Saw' Movie Is Less Torture-Porn, More Sheer Torture
Latest entry in the 'Saw' Cinematic Universe, featuring Rock and Samuel L. Jackson, keeps going down, and down, and down

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 11, 2021

‘Army of the Dead': As Satisfying as Fighting a Plague of Zombies Can Be These Days
Zack Snyder's new zombie-heist movie arrives as we find ourselves at the nadir of the zombiepocalypse era

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 08, 2021

‘Wrath of Man' Is the Action-Heist-Revenge Flick You Want Right Now
Plenty of great side characters, but Guy Ritchie and Jason Statham are the names that matter most in this movie — obviously

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 07, 2021

‘Here Today': Tiffany Haddish and Billy Crystal Are a Rude Duo, Not an Odd Couple
Corny and cute: a welcome dish of rom-com nostalgia — even if it's more friend-romance than anything else

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 05, 2021

‘The Mitchells vs. the Machines' May Already Be the Best Animated Movie of the Year
This Netflix acquisition about a dysfunctional suburban family battling the robot apocalypse is loud, funny, hyperactive, silly, deadpan — and surprisingly great

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 05, 2021

‘The Water Man' Review: Where the Mild Things Are
David Oyelowo's directorial debut — about a boy searching for a local urban legend — presents a kinder, gentler version of a kids' adventure story

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 30, 2021

‘The Human Voice': Tilda Swinton, Pedro Almodóvar and Pure Cinephile Bliss
This short collaboration between the Spanish filmmaker and the Oscar-winning actor has made its way to HBO Max — and is the most rewarding 30 minutes you could imagine

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 29, 2021

‘Things Heard & Seen': Haunted by Ghosts, and Many, Many, Many Other Ghost Stories
Amanda Seyfried must contend with a haunted house — and some recognizably human monsters — in a gothic tale filled with things you've heard and seen before

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 29, 2021

‘Sisters With Transistors': A Brief History of Electronic Music's Unsung Pioneers
80-minute documentary is a much-needed spotlight on women like Pauline Oliveros and Suzanne Ciani, despite significant gaps in the story it tells

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 28, 2021

‘Tiny Tim: King for a Day' Gives the 1960s Musical Eccentric the Royal Treatment
A look back at the falsetto-voiced singer who turned 'Tiptoe Through the Tulips' into an Age of Aquarius hit

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 22, 2021

Good Guys Are Boring. Luckily, ‘Mortal Kombat' Luxuriates in the Bad
The hell-dwelling desire for vengeance at its core makes the movie more intriguing than it had to be

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 21, 2021

‘Together, Together': A Pregnancy Rom-Com, Minus the Rom
Ed Helms and Patti Harrison have a baby — and keep things strictly professional — in this gentle surrogate-pregnancy comedy

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 17, 2021

‘Gunda': An Intimate Portrait of a Sow's Life
Directed by Russian filmmaker Victor Kossakowsky, the doc is 93 minutes of the unfiltered lives of a mother pig

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 16, 2021

‘In the Earth': Ben Wheatley's Pandemic-Psychedelic Horrorshow
The British cult filmmaker returns with an eerie story of a global virus, a quest to find a missing scientist and a journey into the dark side of Mother Nature

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 09, 2021

Melissa McCarthy Doesn't Have All the Fun in ‘Thunder Force' — Which Is a Good Thing
Octavia Spencer stars alongside McCarthy in the new superhero spoof streaming on Netflix

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 08, 2021

‘Voyagers': Teenagers, Lost (and Horny) in Space
Kids run wild on a spaceship — and play out a heavy-handed political metaphor — in this Y.A. sci-fi thriller

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 02, 2021

‘Concrete Cowboy': Home on the Inner-City Range
Idris Elba is an urban cowboy keeping his son on the straight and narrow — and keeping a dying tradition alive — in this portrait of a North Philadelphia subculture

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 29, 2021

Godzilla, Meet Kong. Ass, Meet Seat. Face, Meet Palm
Whoever wins, we all lose (except Hollywood)

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 27, 2021

‘Violation' Is Latest Rape-Revenge Thriller That Seeks to Subvert the Genre
Madeleine Sims-Fewer and Dusty Mancinelli construct a searing, disorienting psychological set-up

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 26, 2021

‘Bad Trip': Eric Andre, Tiffany Haddish and Lil Rel Howery Prank America
André and friends take their public-outrageousness act on the road — and earn a spot in the Gonzo Comedy Hall of Fame

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 25, 2021

‘Nobody': Bob Odenkirk, Badass Action Hero?
The 'Better Call Saul' star makes a strong case for becoming the next 'John Wick'-style tough guy — if only the midlife-crisis-with-machine guns fantasy deserved him

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 17, 2021

‘Operation Varsity Blues': Netflix Doc Lays Out a Scandal, One Recreation at a Time
The director of 'Fyre' takes on the college admissions scandal that sent celebrities to jail and exposed a network of Ivy League corruption

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 12, 2021

‘Cherry': Tom Holland Feels Stranded in the Russo Brothers' ‘Great American Movie'
Joe and Anthony Russo's long arc of directorial self-satisfaction bends toward, not justice, but easy redemption

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 10, 2021

Steeped in Ivory Coast's Myth and Ritual, ‘Night of the Kings' Is No Ordinary Prison Drama
Writer-director Philippe Lacôte's movie combines fact and fabulism, displaying the power of the West African griot

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 07, 2021

Women in Love: ‘The World to Come' Is Filled With the Wild Excitement of Romance
Vanessa Kirby is utterly magnetic in director Mona Fastvold's 19-century historical drama focused on the desire between women

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 05, 2021

‘Chaos Walking': Wanna Hear What Tom Holland's Thinking? Think Again
An attempt to start a film franchise out of Patrick Ness's YA sci-fi books — about a planet where everyone hears your thoughts — falls flat on its face its first time out

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 04, 2021

‘Boogie': Eddie Huang's Sports-Underdog Movie Scores as Culture-Clash Story
The 'Fresh Off the Boat' writer's directorial debut turns a typical hoops tale into something chewier, deeper and personal

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 04, 2021

‘Coming 2 America' Sows More Than Its Royal Oats
Not quite a sequel, nor a remake, the movie reunites Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall with the rest of the gang — as well as fantastic new faces — for a welcome Eighties update

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 04, 2021

‘Raya and the Last Dragon' Is Disney Princess Empowerment as a Pan-Asian Pop Mash-Up
The Mouse House's latest animated feature throws a female hero's journey into a fantasy-action blockbuster blender — yet works best as a buddy comedy

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 04, 2021

‘Raya and the Last Dragon' is Disney Princess Empowerment as Pan-Asian Pop Mash-Up
The Mouse House's latest animated feature throws a female hero's journey into a fantasy-action blockbuster blender — yet works best as a buddy comedy

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 03, 2021

‘Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell' Avoids the Trap of Mythology
Netflix documentary focuses on the environment that created the Notorious B.I.G. and the people whose lives he touched

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 26, 2021

‘The United States vs. Billie Holiday' Fails to Take Into Account the Life of the Woman We Still Love
Directed by Lee Daniels, the movie stars Andra Day as the titular Lady Day and tells the story of Holiday's life in the wake of "Strange Fruit"

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 26, 2021

‘Tom and Jerry': Cat v. Mouse: Dawn of Justice
Feline gets outsmarted by rodent. Human actors collect checks. An intellectual property gets dragged out one more time. What do you need, a road map?

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 25, 2021

‘The Father': Anthony Hopkins Shows the Reality of Living With Dementia
The cruelty, confusion, and conflicts are on full display in this moving and memorable movie about aging

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 25, 2021

‘The Vigil': The Dybbuk Stops Here
A former Hasid agrees to watch over a recently deceased member of the community — and who may have been haunted — in this subculturally specific supernatural thriller

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 24, 2021

‘Test Pattern' Is a Master Class in Body Language
Shatara Michelle Ford's debut is stunning in its examination of blackness, whiteness, gender, and class

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 24, 2021

‘Test Pattern' Is a Masterclass in Body Language
Shatara Michelle Ford's debut is stunning in its examination of blackness, whiteness, gender, and class

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 19, 2021

Rosamund Pike's Smile Says It All in ‘I Care a Lot'
A withering lesson in the art of the steal

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 19, 2021

‘Truth to Power': How System of a Down's Serj Tankian Tried to Change the World
By focusing on two sides of the singer — the artist and the activist — the film shows what musicians can be capable of if they believe in their message

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 18, 2021

‘Supernova': Stanley Tucci and Colin Firth's Love Story Is Explosively Moving
Harry Macqueen's film contains remarkable wise moments between a longtime gay couple — even if it smooths over some of the pricklier parts of their relationship

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 18, 2021

‘Supernova': Stanley Tucci and Colin Firth's Love Story Is Moving Despite Its Limits
Harry Macqueen's film contains remarkable wise moments between a longtime gay couple — even if it smooths over some of the pricklier parts of their relationship

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 16, 2021

‘The Mauritanian': Putting a Face to the War on Terror's Casualties
An adaptation of a Guantanamo prisoner's memoir splits its time between legal drama and P.O.W. survivalist tale — and gives you one first-rate performance

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 12, 2021

‘Judas and the Black Messiah': Shaka King's Movie Wrestles With the History of Black Power
This political film — starring Lakeith Stanfield and Daniel Kaluuya — shouldn't be mistaken for history but it will most certainly educate a new cohort about the Black Panthers

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 12, 2021

‘Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar': They Should've Stayed Home
Latest comedy from the brains behind 'Bridesmaids' feels like a feature-length sketch devoted to two imaginary 'SNL' characters, sans the laughs

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 11, 2021

La Pfeiffer Is a Widow on the Verge in ‘French Exit'
Azazel Jacobs' eccentric socialite comedy — also starring Lucas Hedges and Valerie Mahaffey — teeters on the edge of an uncertain reality

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 10, 2021

‘Saint Maud': Faith, Madness, A Holy Terror of a Horror Movie
Rose Glass's directorial debut follows a hospice worker who may be talking to God, or going mad — and turns a possible possession story into an emotional depth charge

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 05, 2021

‘Malcolm & Marie': A Man, a Woman and One Feature-Length Argument
John David Washington and Zendaya verbally duke it out in this long, tortured thesis statement of a movie

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 29, 2021

‘The Little Things': Tortured Cops, Serial Killers, Denzel — What Else Do You Need to Know?
Denzel Washington, Rami Malek, and Jared Leto turn a cat-and-mouse crime thriller into a surprisingly satisfying slice of pulp

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 28, 2021

‘The Dig' Excavates the British Stiff-Upper-Lip Costume Drama
This Netflix period drama — in which Carey Mulligan and Ralph Fiennes unearth buried artifacts as World War II looms on the horizon — is a throwback in more ways than one

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 23, 2021

‘Notturno' Is Not Journalism, But Gianfranco Rosi's Movie Investigates the Heart of the Middle East
The film restricts itself to a vacuum of post-war experience — providing glimpses of attempts at healing

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 22, 2021

In ‘White Tiger,' Lessons Are Learned (and Relearned) About India's Class System
Writer-director Ramin Bahrani's latest film feels like a leap forward — even if his focus on class-striving and survival by a figure on the margins of society remains the same

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 22, 2021

‘Our Friend' Review: Tragedy, Tears and a Testament to One Saintly BFF
A story of terminal illness, complete with tearjerking and movie stars, still manages to beat the odds and find moments of grace in its overwhelming grief

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 22, 2021

‘In & Of Itself' Review: Derek DelGaudio Uses Your Illusions
This document of the meta-magician's groundbreaking show goes beyond mere "Is this your card?" trickery — and turns it something more than just a performance film

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 19, 2021

In ‘MLK/FBI,' Director Sam Pollard Investigates Why Hoover Needed His Civil Rights Villain
By the film's end, Martin Luther King Jr. and J. Edgar Hoover — who met face-to-face only once — emerge as an inseparable American pair

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 15, 2021

‘Some Kind of Heaven' Review: The Seniors Aren't Alright
A doc on the massive Floridian retirement community known as "The Villages" skips the sociology— and goes straight to the good, the bad and the weird of it all

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 15, 2021

‘The Marksman' Review: Cowboys vs. Cartels, Liam Neeson-Style
The Irish actor goes full metal Eastwood in this Western-flavored "Action Movie Dad" thriller

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 14, 2021

‘One Night in Miami' Review: Imagining a Meeting of Black American Minds
Regina King's directorial debut speculates on what happened between four icons during a historical get-together in 1965 — and delivers a great showcase for its actors

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 14, 2021

‘Locked Down' Review: Once Upon a Crime in Quarantine
Doug Liman's guerilla project uses a real-life pandemic as background for a rom-com heist movie — and a display of movie-star chemistry

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 08, 2021

‘Pieces of a Woman' Review: A Grief History of Time
Vanessa Kirby's go-for-broke performance turns this drama of mourning and healing into something close to transcendent

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 31, 2020

‘Shadow in the Cloud' Review: Gremlins and Gaslighting at 20,000 Feet
Chloë Grace Moretz is a WWII pilot with a mysterious package, a misogynistic flight crew and a monster on the wing in this frantic genre mash-up

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 24, 2020

‘News of the World' Wants to be a New Classic Western
Tom Hanks, the Henry Fonda of our moment, clears the hurdles in director Paul Greengrass' movie set in post-Civil War America

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 24, 2020

Carey Mulligan Is a Vigilante With a Mission in ‘Promising Young Woman'
in Emerald Fennell's directorial debut, which skewers rape culture, no innocent bystanders are allowed

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 24, 2020

‘Sylvie's Love' Review: Tessa Thompson's Magnificent Obsession
A gorgeous throwback to 1950s and '60s melodramas gives the actor a plum role and stakes a claim in the bygone genre

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 23, 2020

‘Education': Steve McQueen Exposes the Poverty Embedded in the British School System
The final film in the five-part 'Small Axe' series explores the humiliations of the system for minorities and immigrants

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 23, 2020

‘The Midnight Sky': It's the End of the World and Clooney Takes It in (Too-Serious) Stride
If only George Clooney, the director, could allow himself to get ridiculous and have a little more fun

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 23, 2020

‘Soul' Review: Life, and How to Live It
Pixar's latest is a buddy comedy — featuring a frustrated musician and a "soul" waiting to be born — a touchy-feely philosophical treatise, and a bit of follow-your-bliss existentialism for the whole family

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 15, 2020

‘Wonder Woman 1984': A Superhero Takes On Greed, Misogyny, Shoulder Pads
The villainy represented here indeed feels Eighties: A dark riff on entrepreneurial self-help-y logic in its most bastard state

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 14, 2020

‘Alex Wheatle' Is the Fourth Film in Steve McQueen's Exceptional ‘Small Axe' Series
The film follows the protagonist as he learns to get in touch with his roots as a young black man born of Jamaican parents

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 14, 2020

‘Let Them All Talk': Meryl Streep, Candice Bergen, and Dianne Wiest Stuck on a Boat — What Could Go Wrong?
Steven Soderbergh remains playfully unorthodox in his latest entertainment

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 11, 2020

‘Farewell Amor' Review: A Family Reunion, Fraught With Tension
A story of an immigrant starting a new life with his wife and daughter in America becomes an intimate, indelible three-way character study

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 11, 2020

‘Minari' Review: This Boy's Life
Filmmaker Lee Isaac Chung's look back at growing up as a Korean-American in 1980s Arkansas is the sort of coming-of-age film that turns the personal in to the universal

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 10, 2020

‘I'm Your Woman' Review: The Marvelous Mrs. Criminal
Rachel Brosnahan is the wife of a thief who's forced to go on the run with her child in this intriguing spin on pulp crime dramas

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 09, 2020

‘The Prom' Review: A Broadway Musical Gets ‘Glee'-ed to Death
An all-star adaptation of a beloved Broadway musical about intolerant red-staters vs. self-involved theater divas hits all of the wrong notes

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 05, 2020

In ‘Red White, and Blue,' Steve McQueen Exhibits One of His Most Exciting Modes as a Director: Cool Anger
The third film in his pentalogy stars John Boyega as a representation of frustrated, upstanding, rational black masculinity

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 04, 2020

‘Nomadland' Review: To Roam, With Love
Frances McDormand is a 21st century migrant wandering from job to job among fellow real-life travelers in Chloé Zhao's extraordinary docu-fiction drama

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 04, 2020

‘Crock of Gold' Review: The Eternal Lost Weekend of Shane MacGowan
Julian Temple's portrait of the Pogues singer is a rambling, messy, wild, sad and inspirational doc — in other words, a fine tribute to its subject

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 28, 2020

The Dance Floor Is Always at the Center of Steve McQueen's ‘Lovers Rock'
The second chapter of the five-film Small Axe, in which Steve McQueen attempts to excavate glimpses of black British life from the Sixties through the Eighties, is rooted in reggae

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 28, 2020

‘Zappa' Review: A Modernist Mozart Who Happened to Be a Rock Star
An exhaustive new documentary on Frank Zappa offers up a portrait of an artist as a walking contradiction

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 25, 2020

Viola Davis Goes BIG and BOLD in ‘Ma Rainey's Black Bottom'
George C. Wolfe's screen adaption of the seminal August Wilson play also stars a stunning Chadwick Boseman, in his final film role, as ambitious horn player Levee

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 25, 2020

‘Stardust' Review: Rock & Roll Biopic Suicide
A what-if look at David Bowie's brief tour of America at a pivotal, pre-Ziggy point in his career is a textbook case of how not to make a rock movie

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

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