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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

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

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