One summer day, a post-feminist heroine gets lost in the woods and finds herself.
Film & TV
Will whoever takes on the mantle be a sufficiently engaging presence around which to anchor a Chadwick Boseman–less sequel?
The last film in Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy has many defects, but remains thematically interesting.
There are some familiar faces and names . . . as well as many new elements.
It wasn’t until Burr removed his scalpel from the larger culture and turned it on himself that he began to really hit his stride.
Jordan Peele’s latest punishing comedy exploits race anxiety, again, to no good effect.
Bellocchio maps the moral evolution of his family in the wake of a long-ago tragedy.
It looks good, but will it capture the essence of Tolkien? There are some early warning signs.
Harrison Ford’s superpower has always been that he doesn’t have a superpower.