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Maren and Less press their heads together in Bones and All.

Bones and All review: A cannibal lovers movie with no heart

Timothée Chalamet and Taylor Russell lead director Luca Guadagnino's achingly romantic, occasionally horrifying new drama, Bones and All.
Jenna Ortega, as Wednesday Addams, holds two bags filled with piranhas.

Wednesday review: making goth great again

The diners all stand outside together in The Menu.

The Menu review: an unpredictable and viciously funny thriller

Two men and a woman look away in 1899.

1899 review: an engrossing, yet frustrating sci-fi Netflix series

Florence Pugh stands near a makeshift graveyard in The Wonder.

The Wonder review: Florence Pugh shines in an Irish gothic mystery

Elizabeth Mitchell and Tim Allen as Mrs. Claus and Santa Claus sit and talk in a scene from The Santa Clauses.

The Santa Clauses review: right-wing Santa is weird

Emily Blunt stands near a burning house in The English.

The English review: an occasionally transcendent Western

All Quiet on the Western Front review: War is hell (but beautiful to look at)

Black Panther gets ready for battle in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever review: treading water

A boy and a dragon attempt to cross a rope bridge in a scene from My Father's Dragon.

My Father’s Dragon review: one for the kids

Rob McElhenney and Charlotte Nicdao smile while walking through an office in a scene from season 3 of Mythic Quest.

Mythic Quest season 3 review: third time’s still the charm

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Inside Man review: A quick and fun Netflix crime show (just ignore the plot holes)

Harry Styles and Emma Corrin stand in a crowd together in My Policeman.

My Policeman review: an introspective, static drama

My Policeman is an introspective drama that is undercut by Emma Corrin and Harry Styles' disappointing performances. The film is streaming now on Prime Video.
Millie Bobby Brown and Helena Bonham Carter hide under floorboards in a scene from Enola Holmes 2.

Enola Holmes 2 review: Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill carry superb sequel

Enola Holmes 2 stars Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill make a wonderful team in a fun, funny sequel to Netflix's 2020 film.
Luffy in his new pirate outfit for One Piece Film: Red key art.

One Piece Film Red review: A colorful action-musical anime

One Piece Film: Red's by-the-numbers formula doesn't quite make it stand out, but it's a visual show-stopper and loving expansion of Oda's world.
Randall Park holds a phone to his ear in Netflix's Blockbuster.

Blockbuster review: Netflix takes a tedious victory lap

Blockbuster is a half-hearted new sitcom from the very streaming service that killed Blockbuster. Its first season premieres Thursday, November 3 on Netflix.
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Causeway review: a moving drama that doesn’t go deep enough

Causeway is a modest drama that's lifted up by Jennifer Lawrence and Brian Tyree Henry's deeply felt performances. It premieres Friday, November 4 on Apple TV+.
Ethan, Harper, Daphne, and Cameron walk out of their resort together in The White Lotus Season 2.

The White Lotus season 2 review: A trip worth taking

The White Lotus season 2 is a messy, sexy follow-up to the comedy series' first season. It premieres Sunday, October 30 on HBO.
Elizabeth Banks wears sunglasses in a car in Call Jane.

Call Jane review: A rousing, relevant drama

Elizabeth Banks and Sigourney Weaver lead director Phyllis Nagy's rousing new drama, Call Jane. It hits theaters on Friday, October 28.
Anthony Hopkins and Banks Repeta sit on a park bench together in Armageddon Time.

Armageddon Time review: A gorgeous but empty memoir

Director James Gray's new film, Armageddon Time, is a meticulously crafted but thematically empty drama. It hits theaters on Friday, October 28.
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Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi Review: An overly familiar show in a galaxy far, far away

Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi offers rich backstories for beloved characters like Ahsoka and Count Dooku, but the Disney+ limited series lacks its own identity.
Frankie Corio sits on a couch with a sleeping Paul Mescal in A24's Aftersun.

Aftersun review: a tender, heart-wrenching memory piece

Paul Mescal gives a captivating lead performance in Charlotte Wells' moving feature directorial debut, Aftersun. The A24 film hits theaters on October 21.
Dwayne Johnson strides toward the camera as Black Adam.

Black Adam review: Dwayne Johnson lifts super so-so DCEU film

Dwayne Johnson does an admirable job of elevating Black Adam, an otherwise underwhelming film that repeats many of the mistakes of prior DCEU movies.
Julia Roberts smiles while looking at George Clooney in Ticket to Paradise.

Ticket to Paradise review: A bubbly, old-school star vehicle

George Clooney and Julia Roberts reunite in Ticket to Paradise, a charming rom-com that feels like it belongs to a bygone era. It hits theaters on October 21.
Colin Farrell looks through a window at Brendan Gleeson in The Banshees of Inisherin.

The Banshees of Inisherin review: The best breakup film of the year

The Banshees of Inisherin features two career-best performances from Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson.
Chloe Grace Moretz stares into a mirror in a scene from The Peripheral.

The Peripheral review: Westworld creators’ latest sci-fi series delivers

Prime Video's adaptation of William Gibson's sci-fi story The Peripheral delivers a complicated but intriguing mystery that unfolds across multiple timelines.
A demon smiles at a man in V/H/S/99.

V/H/S/99 review: A mixed-bag horror anthology that has more treats than tricks

The horror anthology V/H/S/99 has just enough good parts, and genuine scares, to outweigh some of its weaker elements.
Michelle Yeoh, Charlize Theron, and Kerry Washington stand together in a scene from Th School for Good and Evil.

The School for Good and Evil review: Middling magic

Paul Feig's adaptation of The School For Good and Evil is lifted by an impressive supporting cast, but tempered by a predictable story and lengthy running time.
Three girls, each armed with different weapons, go looking for alien invaders in a scene from Slash/Back.

Slash/Back review: The kids are all right (especially when fighting aliens)

Nyla Innuksuk's Slash/Back pits a group of kids against alien invaders in a remote Inuit village and delivers a unique, rewarding adventure along the way.
Kaitlyn Dever stands on a forest road with Sean Teale in Hulu's Rosaline.

Rosaline review: Kaitlyn Dever lifts up Hulu’s Romeo and Juliet rom-com riff

Booksmart's Kaitlyn Dever plays an oft-forgotten Romeo & Juliet character in the fun but forgettable new Hulu comedy, Rosaline.
Michael Myers stares at the camera from the hallway of a house in a scene from Halloween Ends.

Halloween Ends review: a franchise mercy kill

David Gordon Green's trilogy-concluding film Halloween Ends never quite lives up to the promise of the 2018 franchise revival.
Tang Wei looks at Park Hae-il in Park Chan-wook's Decision to Leave.

Decision to Leave review: An achingly romantic noir thriller

Decision to Leave, director Park Chan-wook's follow-up to The Handmaiden, is an achingly romantic noir thriller. It hits select theaters on Friday, October 14.
Dolph Lundgren holds onto a pipe inside a U-Boat in a scene from Operation Seawolf.

Operation Seawolf review: nice Nazis? No thanks!

Steven Luke's problematic World War II thriller Operation Seawolf doesn't do enough to make its Nazi protagonists or their experiences worthy of your attention.
A superimposed image of Jeffrey Dahmer in Conversations with a Killer.

Conversations with A Killer: The Jeffrey Dahmer Tapes review: killer’s words yield little insight

The Netflix docuseries Conversations with a Killer: The Jeffrey Dahmer Tapes offers a fascinating yet ultimately disappointing look at a famous serial killer.

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