I loved Steven Spielberg’s film growing up, but its offensive Indian stereotypes make it hard to watch today.
The classic Japanese manga series makes the jump from 2D to 3D, and makes it look easy.
The upcoming remake of the classic musical envisions the glamorous, pandemic-free ’50s.
The director reportedly won’t be returning for Indy 5, with James Mangold posed to take over.
By James Clarke
On the 80th anniversary of Disney’s animation, we look at the different ways this magical fable has been interpreted.
There’s shades of early Steven Spielberg and The Twilight Zone in Andrew Patterson’s debut feature.
Streaming isn’t going anywhere any time soon – and there’s a change in the Best Foreign Language Film category.
Steven Spielberg’s World War Two drama brought me closer to my grandfather, who survived the D-Day landings.
By Nathan Smith
There’s a sly satiric message at the heart of Joe Dante’s 1998 tale of action figures running amuck.
Chaos reigns in more ways than one in this muddled dinosaur pile-up from director JA Bayona and writer Colin Trevorrow.
We take a closer look at the maestro behind some of cinema’s best-loved scores.
Steven Spielberg’s high-octane pop culture bonanza is hamstrung by its corny, treasure hunt plotting.
By Joseph Earp
He consistently advocates empathy and kindness, but the director is a master of screen cruelty.
Steven Spielberg recounts the story of the Pentagon Papers – with one eye on Donald Trump – in this strangely unsatisfying political drama.
The actor issued a rallying cry at a press conference for The Post.
By Simon Bland
The veteran director reflects on the little monster movie that changed his career – and life – forever.
In an age of increasingly familiar extended universes, individual films simply don’t have the same cultural impact as they did 20 years ago.