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Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 03, 2022

‘Sr.': Robert Downey Jr. Pays Tribute to His Late, Great Father
What starts as an offbeat portrait of an oddball underground filmmaker turns into something far more complicated, affectionate and moving

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 02, 2022

‘Emancipation‘ Isn't Will Smith's Big Redemption Tour. It's a B-Movie About Slavery
The star's new movie turns one of history's most harrowing images into a slick action-thriller — and that's maybe a little weird?

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Dec 01, 2022

‘Violent Night' Is the Chlamydia of Christmas Movies
This slapdash attempt to blend 'Die Hard,' 'Home Alone' and 'Bad Santa' ends up delivering nothing but ho-ho-holy shit

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 30, 2022

‘Willow': Swords, Sorcery, and a Head-Scratching Sequel
Warwick Davis reprises his role as a benevolent sorcerer in a TV follow-up to the 1988 fantasy film — but even his magic can't save this uneven series

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 28, 2022

In ‘All the Beauty and the Bloodshed,' Photographer Nan Goldin Leads the Fight Against the Opioid Crisis
Laura Poitras' searing new documentary shows how Goldin has channeled personal pain into culture-rattling impact — in her art and her activism

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 28, 2022

‘Sort Of' Returns With Another Look at a Beautiful, Messy Gender-Fluid Life
This second season of this Canadian dramedy from creator-star Bilal Baig continues to deftly juggle silliness and sadness, often in the same scene

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 27, 2022

In ‘Nanny,' Hell Is Nice White Parents
Nikyatu Jusu's thriller mixes the plight of an immigrant domestic worker with African myth to deliver a powerful, reality twisting fable of our time

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 27, 2022

In the ‘Nanny,' Hell Is Nice White Parents
Nikyatu Jusu's thriller mixes the plight of an immigrant domestic worker with African myth to deliver a powerful, reality twisting fable of our time

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 23, 2022

‘Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special' Is One Goofy Season's Greetings From the MCU
Everyone's favorite cosmos-hopping superheroes discover the true meaning of Xmas, with some help from the Old 97s, Kevin Bacon and a soundtrack of alt-holiday classics

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 22, 2022

‘Glass Onion': Daniel Craig's Supersleuth Returns for Another Screw-the-Rich Mystery
Rian Johnson's sequel to 'Knives Out' brings back Benoit Blanc for a second round of whodunit games, Southern-fried accents, social satire and old-fashioned thrills

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 22, 2022

Take a Delightfully Strange Road Trip with a Donkey in ‘EO,' a Fantasia of the Animal and Human World
Director Jerzy Skolimowski's weird, wonderful and moving tale forces the audience to confront civilization through the eyes of a beast of burden

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 21, 2022

‘Bones and All': Timothee Chalamet Is One Hot, Horny and Hungry Cannibal
The star reunites with his 'Call Me By Your Name' director for this horror/road movie romance — though it's his costar who's likely to blow you away

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 18, 2022

‘The Inspection': A Story of the Few, the Proud, and the Very Horny
Director Elegance Bratton's makes a poignant autobiographical film debut about a gay Marine trying to find acceptance in the hypermasculine landscape of the military and having more than a few homoerotic fantasies along the way

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 18, 2022

‘The Menu' Serves Up the Last Supper of Class Warfare
Part scalpel-sharp satire and part eat-the-rich horror flick, this fine-dining thriller relies on a hot ensemble cast and a dish that's best served cold

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 17, 2022

‘She Said' Pays Tribute to the Reporters Who Brought Down a Monster — and Started a Movement
Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan are the NYT reporters who finally broke the Harvey Weinstein assault story, one phone call and slammed door at a time

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 16, 2022

‘Is that Black Enough for You?!?' Elvis Mitchell's History of Black Cinema Is a Tour de Force
The longtime movie critic's documentary is both the personal journey of a lifelong moviegoer and a tribute to the Blackexploitation genre of the 1970s that blew up Hollywood stereotypes and helped redefine Blackness.

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 15, 2022

‘The Wonder' Is This Year's Other Florence Pugh Drama — The Good One
There's no gossip, nicknames or bad blood involved in this 19th-century melodrama with furrowed brows and a few meta-touches. Just a great actor giving a great performance, period

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 13, 2022

‘Falling For Christmas' is a Formulaic Holiday Comedy But Marks the First Step In the Welcome Return of Lindsay Lohan
After years in the wilderness, Lohan finally gets a her chance to make movies again and reminds audiences what made her a movie star in the first place

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 10, 2022

‘The Fabelmans': Steven Spielberg Turns the Camera on His Deepest, Scariest Subject: His Childhood
Hollywood's great escapist finally tackles his formative years, and delivers an incredible drama about th ties that bind, the moments that define an artist and the power of the movies

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 08, 2022

‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever' Is a Grief-Stricken Tribute, an Angry Blockbuster — and a Mostly Super MCU Sequel
Be prepared to weep as Ryan Coogler and his cast mourn a character and the actor who played him — while resetting the power dynamic in the franchise

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 07, 2022

Never Mind the Bollocks Plot of ‘The English.' This Show Is All About the Acting
Writer-director Hugo Blick gives Emily Blunt and her co-stars a chance to shine in this tale of an English noblewoman on a revenge mission in the waning days of the Wild West

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 06, 2022

Meet Quentin Tarantino: Film Critic
A documentary, a podcast and a brand new book of essays on '70s cinema highlight the 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' filmmaker's possible career pivot/side gig as an off-the-cuff film historian

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 06, 2022

‘Good Night Oppy': Mars Rover, Mars Rover, Say It Ain't Over
A new Amazon documentary pays loving tribute to Spirit and Opportunity — the exploration vehicles that unexpectedly lasted years on the Red Planet — and the scientists who made them

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 05, 2022

‘The Crown' Returns With More Scandals, Princess Di Throwing Shade — and Too Many Storylines
The Netflix drama's fifth season gives us a new Queen Elizabeth, a more resentful Charles and Diana, and a royal sense of overload

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 04, 2022

‘Something in the Dirt': A Kooky, Spooky Journey Through the Minds of Two Paranoid Dudes
Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead's kinda-sorta-mystery feels like tumbling down an internet rabbit hole — in a good way

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 04, 2022

5 Things We Learned from the New Phil Spector Doc
A new, multi-part documentary on the dishonored producer and convicted murderer relives an out-of-control life and a shocking trial.

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 04, 2022

The Neo-Nazi Karens of ‘Soft & Quiet' Could Be Your Neighbors. That's What Makes Them Terrifying
Shot in a single extended take, this unnerving look at white supremacists terrorizing two sisters is like watching a hate crime happen in real time

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Nov 02, 2022

‘Causeway' Starts as a Trauma Drama. It Ends as a Testament to Two Actors' Talents
To say that Jennifer Lawrence and Brian Tyree Henry — playing a shellshocked war vet and a NOLA mechanic — lift up this let-the-healing-begin story is putting it mildly

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 31, 2022

‘Till': Facing an Unspeakable Murder Through a Mother's Eyes
Chinone Chukwu's retelling of the lynching of 14-year-old Emmett Till focuses on the private grief and public action taken by his mother, Mamie

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 29, 2022

‘Wendell & Wild' Finally Gives Us a Key & Peele Reunion! (Sort Of)
This collaboration with 'Nightmare Before Christmas' director Henry Selick brings the comedy duo back together for a story of demons, empowerment, healing, social commentary and a dozen other things.

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 28, 2022

‘Descendant' and ‘All That Breathes' Find Hope in Two Different Hells
The subjects of two stirring documentaries — one about a town founded by freed slaves, the other about two men who rehabilitate injured birds — are a testament to perseverance

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 28, 2022

‘Armageddon Time' Will Put You in a 1980s New York State of Mind
Director James Gray's nostalgia piece is a devastating family drama and poignant portrait of young friendship

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 24, 2022

‘Aftersun' Review: A Father, a Daughter, and Things Left Unsaid
Writer-director Charlotte Wells' elegiac debut feature tells a simple but deceptively devastating tale of a family vacation whose memories inform a lifetime

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 24, 2022

The Rich and Screwed-Up Bring Their Problems to Italy in ‘The White Lotus' Season 2
With a mostly new cast of characters — except for Jennifer Coolidge's Tanya — Mike White's sharp satire survives a trip east to another would-be paradise, lost

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 22, 2022

‘The Banshees of Inisherin': Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson Turn a Buddy Tragedy Into a Masterpiece
Writer-director Martin McDonagh reunites his 'In Bruges' duo for a melancholy, magnificent look at the end of a friendship — and the beginning of a war

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 21, 2022

‘My Policeman' Charts Harry Styles' Love Triangle. No, Not That One
This British period melodrama casts the pop star as a policeman in 1950s England, caught between the woman he's courting and the man he loves

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 20, 2022

George Clooney? Julia Roberts? A Rom-com? ‘Ticket to Paradise' Isn't a Movie, It's a Time Machine
This throwback about a divorced couple sabotaging their daughter's wedding reminds you why these two marquee names became stars in the first place

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 19, 2022

‘Documentary Now!' Is Pure, 100-Percent Film-Nerd Catnip
The greatest cinephile in-joke in the history of TV returns with another round of faux-verité genius — and one masterpiece episode

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 19, 2022

‘Inside Amy Schumer' Season 5 Asks: What's Been Up Since 2016? Anything Good?
The sketch series returns after a six-year absence, tackling life in a post-Trump, post-Roe, everything's-gone-to-shit world

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 18, 2022

‘Black Adam': Dwayne Johnson Enters the DCEU. You Run for the Exits
The star finally brings the DC Comics' antihero to the big screen — and he's the only reason to see what is one messy, sloppy, less-than-super superhero movie

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 17, 2022

Bullies Beware: The Heroine of ‘Piggy' Means Bloody Business
A teenager teased cruelly for her weight exacts revenge in this smart, twisty thriller

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 13, 2022

‘Halloween Ends' Is a Grim, Gory, and Gooey Goodbye to an Iconic Slasher Franchise
The final film in David Gordon Green's trilogy offers all the genre pleasures it should — plus a fitting farewell to Laurie Strode

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 13, 2022

‘Decision to Leave': Filmmaker Park Chan-wook Comes Down With a Serious Case of ‘Vertigo'
The 'Oldboy' director returns with a mystery that borrows from cop procedurals and Hitchcock potboilers — but the emotional resonance is all its own

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 13, 2022

‘High School' Tells Tegan and Sara's Coming-of-Age Story Their Way
The Canadian indie-pop duo bring raw emotion and deep sensitivity as producers of this new series based on their recent memoir of the same name

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 08, 2022

‘Tár': Cate Blanchett's Staggering Work of Complicated Genius
As the renowned composer Lydia Tár — intensely charismatic and deeply flawed — the actress brings the full force of her talents to the screen

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 07, 2022

‘Triangle of Sadness': Vomit and Shit and Class Warfare, Oh My
Ruben Östlund's satire about rich patrons and below-deck workers on a yacht trip gone awry is layered with excess — and yet somehow doesn't go far enough

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 07, 2022

‘Amsterdam' Is a Throwback, a Warning — and a Beautiful, All-Star Mess
David O. Russell's ambitious epic about political conspiracies and the power of friendship is also a mystery, a comedy, a conspiracy thriller...and a must-see

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 06, 2022

‘Werewolf by Night' Finds the Middle Ground Between MCU Fanatics and Horror Nerds
Part monster-movie throwback and part deep-cut fan service, it's a scary (and fun) one-off that brings Marvel's horror-comics legacy into its never-ending cinematic universe

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Oct 04, 2022

‘Alaska Daily' Review: Hilary Swank Series Is Yesterday's News
The two-time Oscar winner plays a celebrated reporter who brings her big-time ego to a small-fry newspaper in this show that taps several Nineties TV tropes

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 30, 2022

‘Bros' Is Billy Eichner's Bid to Revolutionize the Rom-com. Mission Accomplished
The writer-star delivers a classic romantic comedy about two men in love that isn't afraid to be honest, messy, sentimental, in-your-face — and hilarious

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 30, 2022

Mother Doesn't Always Know Best in ‘God's Creatures'
Silence, fear, and family secrets drive the tension in this almost-thriller about the aftermath of a sexual assault, starring Emily Watson and Paul Mescal

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 29, 2022

‘Smile' Is Pure, Uncut Arthouse Horror With a Grin (and a Killer Gimmick)
A creepfest about a curse that causes killers and victims to sport psychotically joyful smile knows exactly how to get under your skin, one unnerving expression at a time

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 28, 2022

A New Doc Says Sinéad O'Connor Matters More Than You Think. It's Right
'Nothing Compares' examines how the Irish musician paved the way for so many women's rights issues — and was completely run over in the process.

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 26, 2022

Yes, There's a Wonderful New ‘Fletch' Movie Starring Jon Hamm. Not That You'd Know It Exists
'Confess, Fletch' gives the 'Mad Men' star a perfect showcase for his matinee idol/class clown act and updates Chevy Chase's signature character for the modern age. It may also be the last movie of its kind

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 26, 2022

Yes, There's a Wonderful New ‘Fletch' Movie Starring Jon Hamm. Not That You'd Know It Exists at All
'Confess, Fletch' gives the 'Mad Men' star a perfect showcase for his matinee-idol/class clown act and updates Chevy Chase's signature character for the modern age. It may also be the last movie of its kind

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 23, 2022

‘Sidney' Review: A Screen Legend's Life Too Big to Capture
The Apple doc is a loving tribute to Sidney Poitier — whose remarkable, complex story demands more consideration than two hours can offer

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 23, 2022

‘Catherine Called Birdy' Is the Family-Friendly Feminist Medieval Comedy We Needed, and So Much More
Lena Dunham's adaptation of the YA novel about a medieval teen avoiding arranged marriages is the perfect mix of funny, irreverent and outraged

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 21, 2022

‘Barbarian,' ‘Pearl,' and Why It's a Great Moment to Be a Horror Fanatic
A genuine sleeper hit and a new A24 franchise prequel — along with the extraordinary Danish nightmare 'Speak New Evil' — may have just given us a mini-horror renaissance

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 20, 2022

‘Andor': The 12-Hour Movie Comes for Star Wars
The new Disney series turns an interesting character and promising start into an amorphous storytelling blob

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 17, 2022

‘Blonde' Tells a Story of Marilyn Monroe That's All Pain, No Pleasure
Andrew Dominik's biopic is a relentless psychoanalysis that wallows in the screen icon's suffering and ignores her true genius

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 16, 2022

‘The Woman King' Is Viola Davis Kicking Ass. What More Do You Need to Know?
An old-school epic, a historical corrective, and the chance for the Oscar-winning actor to go full-tilt action hero — Gina Prince-Bythewood's movie about an 19th-century African warrior is all that and more

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 16, 2022

‘Moonage Daydream' Isn't Just a Bowie Doc — It's a Trip Through the Thin White Duke's Mind
Filmmaker Brett Morgen gives you a full immersion in the gaudiest, glammiest of rock-star lives, and comes up with the perfect nonconventional portrait of the perfect nonconventional artist

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 08, 2022

‘Athena' Doesn't Want to Start an Uprising — It *Is* an Uprising
Romain Gavras' depiction of oppressed Parisians declaring war on the police is a Molotov cocktail of a movie, as well as a Greek tragedy that doubles as a gut punch

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 05, 2022

‘Don't Worry Darling' Is Part Angry-Tweet Social Thriller, Part Harry Styles Thirst Valentine
Olivia Wilde's fuck you to the patriarchy isn't quite the flaming car wreck that the film's P.R. tour was — but it also isn't what you'd call "good"

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Sep 03, 2022

‘Honk For Jesus. Save Your Soul.' Shouts Amen Hallelujah to Moral Hypocrisy
Sterling K. Brown and Regina Hall star in this mockumentary as a couple who run a megachurch — and have a ton of skeletons in their closet

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 31, 2022

‘The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power' Is A Fantasy Series to Rule Them All
Amazon poured a reported $1 billion into this J.R.R. Tolkien-inspired epic — and it shows

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 30, 2022

‘Funny Pages': A Portrait of the Comic-Book Artist as a Gross and Clueless Young Man
Owen Kline's tale of an 18-year-old wannabe cartoonist is a zany, fresh take on the standard coming-of-age indie

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 29, 2022

‘Untrapped: The Story of Lil Baby' Is All About Unstoppable Charisma and Real Compassion
A new documentary offers an intimate portrait of the Atlanta rap superstar

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 29, 2022

‘My Life as a Rolling Stone' Is a Tribute to Charlie Watts — and Gives You the Stones as the Sum of Their Parts
Four-part docuseries shines a light on Mick, Keef, Ronnie and their late drummer, reminding us why they remain the gold standard of rock bands

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 28, 2022

John Boyega and Michael K. Williams, in His Last Role, Take ‘Breaking' To the Next Level
The two actors give riveting performances in the true story of a tragic hostage crisis — and in Williams' case, put on display the talent that was lost with his passing

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 26, 2022

‘Three Thousand Years of Longing': A Delirious, And Occasionally Brilliant, Dream of Genie
Tilda Swinton frees Idris Elba from the bottle, beginning a sweeping tale that spans centuries of lost loves and delves into the hidden power, and inevitable pain, of romance

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 25, 2022

Steve Carell's Understated Performance Kills in Serial-Murder Drama ‘The Patient'
As a therapist kidnapped by a criminal, the 'Office' alum shows his range in Hulu's new 10-part series

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 24, 2022

‘Orphan: First Kill' - Another Day, Another Family of Victims to Bathe in Blood
A zany and gruesome prequel to 2009's hilariously dark thriller Orphan moves the action to suburban Connecticut and reveals how the killer got her start

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 22, 2022

‘Free Chol Soo Lee': The Anti-True Crime Documentary That Exposes Much More Than a Terrible Miscarriage of Justice
The documentary ostensibly covers a wrongful conviction for murder and a fight for justice, but the film also delves much deeper, exposing multiple cultural fault lines and the all too human being at the center of the case

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 19, 2022

‘Beast': Idris Elba Battles the ‘Cujo' of Lions
If you've ever wanted to see the man formerly known as Stringer Bell cold-cock the King of the Jungle, this survivalist thriller is the movie of your dreams

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 19, 2022

‘House of the Dragon' Is ‘Game of Thrones' Minus the Fire
The highly anticipated prequel supplies all the palace intrigue of its parent series, with none of the wit or energy

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 17, 2022

‘She-Hulk: Attorney at Law': The MCU Takes on the Sitcom
This half-hour comedy starring Tatiana Maslany wants to be more Fleabag than Falcon and Winter Soldier . Sometimes, it works

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 15, 2022

‘Emily the Criminal': Aubrey Plaza Wants to Stick It to the Man
As a down-on-her-luck millennial struggling with debt, the actress leans into her serious side in this preachy thriller

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 12, 2022

‘Emergency Declaration' Is South Korea's ‘Snakes on a Plane,' But With Covid
It's part old-school disaster movie, part moral-dilemma melodrama and part virusploitation thriller — made one year before an actual global pandemic

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 12, 2022

‘Fall': The Only Thing You Have to Fear Is Holy-Shit Panic-Inducing Heights
This survival thriller about two women trapped atop a tower is a low-key, high-concept — literally — B-movie that works

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 11, 2022

‘This Fool': Damn, It Feels Good (Not) to Be a Gangster
Comedian Chris Estrada's warm new series centers on a straitlaced counselor for ex-cons and his brash, fresh-out-of-jail cousin

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 10, 2022

‘A League of Their Own': There's Still No Crying in Baseball — Just Room for Fixing Old Errors
Amazon's series wants to be both a worthy remake of the beloved 1992 sports movie and a corrective. It succeeds in one of those things

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 09, 2022

‘Summering' Works Better as a Mood Than It Does a Movie
This delicate YA drama aims to be a modern 'Stand By Me' for young women, but its real strength is in capturing that transitional moment between childhood and the teen years in fits and bursts

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 06, 2022

Flawed Humans, Awkward Sex, Messy Relationships: Yep, ‘Sharp Stick' Is a Lena Dunham Movie
With this film centered on a 26-year-old virgin, the Girls creator continues to master the art of crafting painfully un-self-aware characters and exploring the sloppiness of life

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 05, 2022

‘Bodies Bodies Bodies' Is a Crime Against Slasher Flicks
It's got a group of drunk friends, a storm that knocks the power out, a game that turns into an actual murder mystery, and Pete freakin' Davidson. So why is this movie no damn fun?

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 05, 2022

‘Easter Sunday' Is Jo Koy's Big-Screen Pitch to Get His Own Sitcom
The popular stand-up fashions a comedy, based around his Filipino-American family, that feels less like a star vehicle and more like an audition tape

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 05, 2022

‘The Sandman': Neil Gaiman's Twisted Dark Fantasy Is Finally Brought (Almost) to Life
Since the iconic comic-book series' debut in 1989, several attempted adaptations have collapsed. This Netflix take succeeds, sort of

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 04, 2022

‘Prey' Gives the ‘Predator' Franchise Its Long-Awaited Masterpiece
A prequel — in which everyone's interstellar hunter lands among the 18th-century Comanche — coronates an new action hero and turns a genre mash-up into pure B-movie brillance

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Aug 02, 2022

‘Bullet Train' Would Be Better If They'd Just Named It ‘Kill Brad, Vol. 1'
This adaptation of the popular Japanese crime novel drops the star into a Tarantino-lite mix tape of bickering assassins, revenge plots, J-cutesy eye candy and 'John Wick' outtakes

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 30, 2022

‘Vengeance' Will Make You Want to Punch B.J. Novak in the Face — in a Good Way
As a narcissistic New York reporter stuck in bumblefuck Texas, the Office star, who also wrote and directed this comedy, is at his most likably unlikable

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 29, 2022

Yes, ‘Paper Girls' Has Kids on Bikes in the Eighties — But It's No ‘Stranger Things' Rip-Off
The Brian K. Vaughan comic from which this series is adapted not only predates Netflix's juggernaut, it leans into potent character studies over sci-fi fireworks

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 28, 2022

‘A Love Song' Gives Dale Dickey the Spotlight She Deserves — Finally
The character actor gets to step into the spotlight in this tale of late romance — and reminds you why she's one of the best actors working today

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 27, 2022

‘Not Okay' Gives Us an Anti-Heroine for Our Age of Perpetual Internet Thirst
If only this toothless satire about FOMO and faux-trauma exploitation knew what to do with her

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Jul 20, 2022

‘Rap Sh!t': A Female Rap Duo Figuring Sh!t Out
Creator Issa Rae's new comedy centers on the wary friendship between two former high-school classmates who are trying to forge a new path in their twenties

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 20, 2022

Jordan Peele Invades the Western With ‘Nope,' a Thrilling Salute to Spectacle
Blending horses, aliens, and horror — plus a healthy dose of film history — the director puts his signature twist on a classic genre

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 18, 2022

‘Last Movie Stars' Turns Scenes From a Celebrity Marriage Into a Perfect Docuseries
Ethan Hawke's six-episode docuseries pays tribute to Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward — and gets into the good, bad and ugly of a classic Hollywood couple

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 16, 2022

‘Persuasion' Won't Convince You It's a Great Adaptation of Jane Austen
The author's intelligence and wit are dampened in this modern — and mediocre — take on one of her most mature heroines

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Jul 15, 2022

‘Anonymous Club' Gives You the Unfiltered Agony and Ecstasy of Courtney Barnett
A candid, intimate "audio diary" from Courtney Barnett as she preps to for a world tour turns into a portrait of depression that goes beyond the music

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 14, 2022

‘The Gray Man' Wants to Be Your Next Big Action-Movie Franchise So Badly
The creative team behind 'Avengers: Endgame' return with an espionage thriller featuring movie stars, expensive blockbuster mayhem, and a strong sense that you've seen all of this before

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jul 13, 2022

Nothing Will Prepare You for Nathan Fielder's New Show ‘The Rehearsal'
The creator of Nathan for You is back with a series that's even more absurd, funnier, and strangely affecting

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