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Joaquin Phoenix holds a spyglass in Napoleon.

Napoleon review: a thrilling, hilarious historical epic

Anchored by Joaquin Phoenix's unforgettable lead performance, Ridley Scott's Napoleon is a thrilling, shockingly funny historical epic.
A masked killer holds an axe in Thanksgiving.

Thanksgiving review: a gruesome, cutthroat horror comedy

Coriolanus Snow and Lucy Gray stand near a fence in The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes.

The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes review: a worthwhile prequel

Nicolas Cage stands near a spray-painted car in Dream Scenario.

Dream Scenario review: a one-note nightmare comedy

Iman Vellani, Brie Larson, and Teyonah Parris look offscreen at something.

The Marvels review: the MCU’s shortest film is its biggest mess

A man sits on a plane in The Killer.

The Killer review: David Fincher stylishly roasts himself

Mizu faces the Four Fangs in Blue Eye Samurai.

Blue Eye Samurai review: The best animated show of 2023

Cailee Spaeny applies makeup with a hand mirror.

Priscilla review: The anti-Elvis by Sofia Coppola

Bonnie, Freddy, and Chica stand on a stage together in Five Nights at Freddy's.

Five Nights at Freddy’s review: a middling video game adaptation

Robert De Niro sits in a car and talks to Leonardo DiCaprio, who leans against it.

Killers of the Flower Moon review: Scorsese’s monumental new epic

Richie stands near a church in Dark Harvest.

Dark Harvest review: a Halloween horror misfire

A blonde-haired woman wears a skull mask in The Fall of the House of Usher.

The Fall of the House of Usher review: a gothic horror hit

Phoebe Dynevor looks at Alden Ehrenreich in Fair Play.

Fair Play review: a cutting, messy thriller

Fair Play is an imperfect but relentlessly engaging new romantic thriller. The Alden Ehrenreich and Phoebe Dynevor-led film is streaming now on Netflix.
totally killer 2023 movie review kiernan shipka crouches with a bat in

Totally Killer review: a bright, funny horror gem

Totally Killer is a low-budget, endearingly goofy horror comedy. The Kiernan Shipka and Julie Bowen-led film is streaming now on Amazon Prime Video.
A man and a woman lie in bed in Foe.

Foe review: One of 2023’s best sci-fi movies that will break your heart

Interstellar meets Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? in Foe, one of the most striking and original sci-fi movies of the year.
Emma, Marie, and Cate stand together in Gen V.

Gen V review: an entertaining, imperfect spinoff of The Boys

Like The Boys, Amazon Prime Video's Gen V is an effortlessly entertaining, tonally inconsistent, and occasionally infuriating riff on the superhero genre.
Anthony Ramos wears a GameStop uniform in Dumb Money.

Dumb Money review: an easily digestible dramedy

Dumb Money is a surprisingly effective, easily watchable modern-day dramedy. The Paul Dano and Seth Rogen-led film is now playing in theaters nationwide.
John David Washington wears a spacesuit in The Creator.

The Creator review: an ambitious, disjointed sci-fi epic

Director Gareth Edwards' The Creator is a visually stunning, potentially revolutionary, and frustratingly shallow sci-fi epic. It is now playing in theaters.
Richter Belmont and Maria Renard in key art for Castlevania: Nocturne.

Castlevania: Nocturne review: Netflix sequel series hits the ground running

Netflix's excellent sequel show Castlevania: Nocturne honors its acclaimed predecessor with its compelling new voice cast and stunning animation.
Sylvester Stallone wears a beret in Expend4bles.

Expend4bles review: a colossal waste of time

Expend4bles is an embarrassingly cheap action movie, and one of the worst films of the year so far. It is now playing in theaters.
Kaitlyn Dever hides in a basement in No One Will Save You.

No One Will Save You review: a lean, mean alien invasion thriller

Brian Duffield's No One Will Save You is one of this year's most riveting sci-fi movies. The Kaitlyn Dever-led alien invasion thriller is streaming now on Hulu.
Mel Gibson looks casually menacing behind a desk

The Continental review: John Wick is less fun without John Wick

Keanu Reeves is sorely missed in Peacock's unsatisfactory TV prequel to John Wick, The Continental.
Hercule Poirot stands near a cross in A Haunting in Venice.

A Haunting in Venice review: a zany, spooky, and fun time

A Haunting in Venice is Kenneth Branagh's spookiest and best Hercule Poirot murder mystery yet. The film is now playing in theaters.
Sister Irene holds a rosary in The Nun 2.

The Nun 2 review: a louder, occasionally scarier sequel

The Nun 2 is a louder and scarier follow-up to its parent film, but it still falls short of the Conjuring franchise's best installments.
Denzel Washington twists a gangster's wrist in The Equalizer 3.

The Equalizer 3 review: a meditative, ultraviolent sequel

The Equalizer 3 is a predictably violent, surprisingly contemplative sequel. The Denzel Washington-led action movie is now playing in theaters.
Ayo Edebiri and Rachel Sennott stand near a set of gym bleachers in Bottoms.

Bottoms review: the best R-rated comedy of the year

Bottoms isn't just a successful sophomore outing for director Emma Seligman. It's also the best R-rated comedy of the year. The film is now playing in theaters.
Archie Madekwe sits in a race car in Gran Turismo.

Gran Turismo review: a racing biopic that runs out of gas

Neill Blomkamp's Gran Turismo is a boring, bland racing biopic. It's now playing in theaters nationwide.
Rosario Dawson as Ahsoka dual-wielding her white lightsabers in the Disney+ series.

Ahsoka review: A Star Wars celebration of the old and new

The new Disney+ series Ahsoka is a refreshing and fun Star Wars celebration led by Rosario Dawson's commanding performance.
Reggie, Maggie, Hunter, and Bug all stand on the street together in Strays.

Strays review: a one-trick dog comedy

Strays is a sporadically funny, one-note comedy. The Will Ferrell and Jamie Foxx-starring R-rated comedy is now playing in theaters.
Jaime Reyes holds the scarab in Blue Beetle.

Blue Beetle review: a well-intentioned misfire

Blue Beetle is an occasionally charming but ultimately forgettable, superhero film. The DC Cinematic Universe movie is now playing in theaters.
Gal Gadot stands against a mirror in Heart of Stone.

Heart of Stone review: mission possible

Netflix attempts to recreate Mission: Impossible with Heart of Stone, but fails to reach the same heights as its predecessor.
Dracula surveys his prey from above the deck of the ship

The Last Voyage of the Demeter review: Dracula by way of Alien

Adapting just a few pages of Bram Stoker's novel, The Last Voyage of the Demeter puts an entertaining new spin on the most famous vampire of them all, Dracula.
Mabel, Oliver, and Charles stand in an elevator together in Only Murders in the Building Season 3.

Only Murders in the Building season 3 review: just as charming as you remember

Only Murders in the Building season 3 is a charming, theatrical mystery. Its first two episodes are streaming now on Hulu.
A giant shark swims up to a tiny diver.

Meg 2: The Trench review: Toss this bucket of chum

Jason Statham returns to defend the world from giant, prehistoric sharks in The Meg 2: The Trench, an even-worse thriller that fails to do that premise justice.

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