Brutal honesty and bruised egos in HBO’s Divorce

By Roxanne Sancto

Sharon Horgan’s brave, brilliant new show offers an authentic warts and all look at a failed marriage.

U-S-A 4EVA – An inaugural address to the Spring Break nation

By Adam Lee Davies

How might President Barack Obama’s famous speech have looked had it been co-written by a certain James Franco?

Why a film about evil green goo is one of John Carpenter’s best

By Tom Watchorn

The director’s Alice Cooper-starring apocalyptic horror is among the most haunting in his entire filmography.

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I, Daniel Blake

By David Jenkins

Ken Loach’s latest polemic has a vital message that’s diluted by some heavy-handed direction.



By Alexia Stam

Could this be the most annoyingly cheery animated feature of all time? Almost, but not quite.


Queen of Katwe

By David Jenkins

Chess gets the Disney sports movie treatment in this likeable tale of strategy and empowerment from Mira Nair.



By David Jenkins

Say hello to one of 2016’s most likeable documentary subjects, as she overcomes misogyny with angry hip hop.

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Justin Timberlake + the Tennessee Kids

By Manuela Lazic

Jonathan Demme captures the full spectacle of the pop superstar in concert. The results are astonishing.

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Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

By Adam Woodward

Tom Cruise reprises his role as Lee Child’s enigmatic hero in a sequel that fails to hit the ground running.


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