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Two masked killers stand near a truck in The Strangers: Chapter 1.

The Strangers: Chapter 1 review: a dull horror retread

The Strangers: Chapter 1 is a disappointingly by-the-numbers follow-up to its iconic 2008 predecessor. The film is now playing in theaters.
The Doctor and Ruby Sunday stand in the TARDIS together in Doctor Who.

Doctor Who review: a promising era, but a rocky start

Noa stares ahead solemnly in Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes.

Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes review: a great, thoughtful sci-fi sequel

Ryan Gosling wears sunglasses in The Fall Guy.

The Fall Guy review: a near-perfect summer blockbuster

A man stands in an elevator in Boy Kills World.

Boy Kills World review: You deserve better than this

Zendaya looks at Josh O'Connor in Challengers.

Challengers review: one of the most entertaining movies of 2024 so far

Two men investigate a grave in Dead Boy Detectives.

Dead Boy Detectives review: a Sandman spinoff that stands on its own

Henry Cavill wears suspenders in The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare.

The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare review: a breezy action romp

Melissa Barrera points a gun and Dan Stevens holds a wooden stake in Abigail.

Abigail review: a wacky thrill ride that has plenty of bite

Hoa Xuande and Robert Downey Jr. sit at a dinner table together in The Sympathizer.

The Sympathizer review: a masterful spy thriller

Cailee Spaeny and Kirsten Dunst crouch next to a car in Civil War.

Civil War review: an unforgettable action epic

Dev Patel stands in an elevator in Monkey Man.

Monkey Man review: an intense, surreal revenge action movie

A woman is probed by a machine in The Beast.

The Beast review: a gonzo sci-fi movie with a touch of David Lynch

David Lynch meets Cloud Atlas meets Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind in the ambitious sci-fi whatsit The Beast, starring Dune 2 actress Léa Seydoux.
A man looks away from 2 cops in Ripley.

Ripley review: Netflix’s terrifically tense thriller

Originally developed for Showtime, Ripley, Netflix's beautifully shot adaptation of The Talented Mr. Ripley, features a brilliant performance by Andrew Scott.
Godzilla and Kong race into battle in a still from Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire

Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire review: a very flimsy monster mash

In Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire, Godzilla joins forces with King Kong for a Hollywood monster movie without a fraction of the power of Godzilla Minus One.
David Dastmalchian and Laura Gordon speak to a possessed Ingrid Torelli on the set of a talk show in a still from Late Night with the Devil

Late Night with the Devil review: a fun talk-show Exorcist

David Dastmalchian plays a talk show host summoning evil on live TV in the entertaining but rarely scary found-footage horror movie, Late Night with the Devil.
Sydney Sweeney holds a candle in Immaculate.

Immaculate review: a gripping, lean Catholic horror movie

Sydney Sweeney's scream queen turn anchors Immaculate, director Michael Mohan's succinct new slice of religious horror. The film is now playing in theaters.
Paul Rudd and Carrie Coon stand by a broken basement wall in Ghostbusters: Afterlife.

Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire review: a fun and goofy sci-fi sequel

Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire is a goofy sci-fi blockbuster that will both entertain you and leave you wanting more from it. The film is now playing in theaters.
Jake Gyllenhaal stands in a parking lot in Road House.

Road House review: an unhinged, stupid, and fun remake of an ’80s action classic

Jake Gyllenhaal shines in a Road House remake that is a sloppy but fun time. The Doug Liman-directed film premieres Thursday, March 21 on Amazon Prime Video.
The X-Men prepare for battle in "X-Men '97."

X-Men ’97 review: a nostalgic reminder that superheroes can still be fun

X-Men '97 is a surprisingly great retro blast of Saturday morning cartoon fun. The Disney+ show will remind you why you fell in love with the X-Men and Marvel.
A blood-splattered Kristen Stewart sits against a door in Love Lies Bleeding.

Love Lies Bleeding review: The gnarliest crime story of the year

Love Lies Bleeding is a crime thriller that wants you to believe in the full, horrifying power of love. The Kristen Stewart-led film is now playing in theaters.
Millie Bobby Brown holds a small lantern in Damsel.

Damsel review: Netflix’s latest fantasy adventure is a trip worth taking

Netflix's Damsel is an entertaining and endearing fantasy adventure. The Millie Bobby Brown-led film is streaming now on Netflix.
Adam Sandler wears a spacesuit in Spaceman.

Spaceman review: a moody sci-fi drama that comes up short

Netflix's Spaceman is a ponderous sci-fi film that doesn't give Adam Sandler or Carey Mulligan enough to do.
Timothée Chalamet gazes upon a distant explosion in a still from Dune: Part Two

Dune: Part Two review: a beautifully numbing sci-fi epic

Denis Villeneuve completes his two-part adaptation of Frank Herbert's classic novel with Dune: Part Two, another amazing looking, but plodding sci-fi epic.
Hiroyuki Sanada wears samurai armor in a promotional image for Shōgun.

Shōgun review: 2024’s first great show is an epic, Game of Thrones-style drama

FX's Shōgun is a densely plotted, frequently astonishing historical drama. Its first two episodes are streaming now on Hulu.
Margaret Qualley and Geraldine Viswanathan peer around a corner in a still from Drive Away Dolls

Drive-Away Dolls review: a wacky Coens caper, minus a Coen

Margaret Qualley and Geraldine Viswanathan take a madcap road trip in Drive-Away Dolls , the first comedy Ethan Coen has made without his brother, Joel.
Aang stands with Sokka and Katara in Avatar: The Last Airbender.

Avatar: The Last Airbender review: a serviceable adaptation

Netflix's Avatar: The Last Airbender is an imperfect, inoffensive live-action adaptation of one of this century's most beloved animated shows.
4 women stand on a city street in Madame Web.

Madame Web review: the worst movie of 2024 so far

Dakota Johnson does not say your favorite line in the remarkably lousy Spider-Man offshoot Madame Web, which should be avoided at all costs.
Mads Mikkelsen stands near a burning field in The Promised Land.

The Promised Land review: an immersive historical epic

The Promised Land is a visually stunning, thoughtfully made historical epic. The Mads Mikkelsen-led film is now playing in theaters.
Bryce Dallas Howard stands behind a gun-wielding Sam Rockwell in Argylle.

Argylle review: a lackluster, cartoonish spy comedy

Argylle is a spectacular swing and a miss for director Matthew Vaughn. The film is now playing in theaters.
Donald Glover and Maya Erskine drag a man with a bag over his head together in Mr. & Mrs. Smith.

Mr. & Mrs. Smith review: an entertaining blend of spies, action, and romance

Mr. & Mrs. Smith is an entertaining, unlikely success. The Maya Erskine and Donald Glover-led series is streaming now on Amazon Prime Video.
Austin Butler stands near a WWII plane in Masters of the Air.

Masters of the Air review: a sturdy and thrilling WWII drama

Masters of the Air is a well-crafted, rousing war epic. Its first two episodes are streaming now on Apple TV+.
Margaret stands on a Hong Kong street at night in Expats.

Expats review: a melodramatic, laborious misfire

As a follow-up to The Farewell, Lulu Wang's Expats is a colossal disappointment — and an undeniable misfire for everyone involved.
Izi sits on his motorcycle in front of Benji in The Kitchen.

The Kitchen review: an earnest dystopian sci-fi drama

The Kitchen is a moving dystopian sci-fi drama and an exciting debut from first-time director Daniel Kaluuya. It's streaming now on Netflix.

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