Gael García Bernal sensitively inhabits the role of a real-life luchador who rose to fame as an exótico, a fighter who dresses in drag.By Stephanie Zacharek
Review: Ava DuVernay's 'Origin'
Aunjanue Ellis-Taylor sensitively plays 'Caste' author Isabel Wilkerson as she embarks on an ambitious project in the face of grief.By Stephanie Zacharek
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A new film about Priscilla Presley walks us through a teenage dream of love, and heartbreak—and life with Elvis.By Stephanie Zacharek
Less Is More in David Fincher's Assassin Thriller 'The Killer'
Instead of overloading his story with fussy layers, Fincher pares everything back to the genre’s essence.By Stephanie Zacharek
Review: Bradley Cooper's 'Maestro'
'Maestro,' Bradley Cooper's opus on Leonard Bernstein, is a superb and deeply felt film. Read TIME's review.By Stephanie Zacharek
Review: Yorgos Lanthimos' Poor Things
In 'Poor Things,' Yorgos Lanthimos' finest movie yet, Emma Stone is a Frankengirl on the verge of coming into herself. Read TIME's review.By Stephanie Zacharek
Review: Michael Mann's 'Ferrari'
Ferrari, from director Michael Mann and starring Adam Driver, made its premiere at the Venice Film Festival. Read TIME's review.By Stephanie Zacharek
Review: 'Bottoms' Is More Work Than Fun
Though it presents itself as an heir to 'Heathers' and 'But I’m a Cheerleader,' the raunchy comedy runs its jokes into the ground.By Stephanie Zacharek
'Heart of Stone' Mostly Misses
It occupies that vast middle zone of small-screen movies that easily fill the void of a few empty hours, if you happen to have any to spare, though it’s nothing you’d carve out time in your schedule to watch.By Stephanie Zacharek
Review: Dreamin' Wild
The new movie tells the story of Donnie and Joe Emerson—who, as kids in 1979, made a wonderful album that almost nobody heard until decades later.By Stephanie Zacharek
Passages Tackles a Tricky Love Triangle
This is a smart, lustrous film, and a bracingly honest one, the kind of movie that leaves you feeling both invigorated and a little blue.By Stephanie Zacharek
Either despite its intense craft or because of it, Christopher Nolan's 3-hour movie about the architect of the atomic bomb works.By Stephanie Zacharek
There’s Something Sad About Barbenheimer
Both movies succeeding at the box office won’t be nearly enough to solve Hollywood’s myriad problems.By Stephanie Zacharek
Review: Mission Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part One
The new 'Mission Impossible' movie is light on logic and heavy on Tom Cruise's stunts—but ostensibly greater movies have given us less.By Stephanie Zacharek
The Best Movies of 2023 So Far
From Celine Song's 'Past Lives' to Judy Blume adaptation 'Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret.'By Stephanie Zacharek
Review: 'Past Lives' Is an Exquisite Romance
Celine Song's debut stars Greta Lee, John Magaro, and Teo Yoo in a tender story about the life we live and the life we might have lived.By Stephanie Zacharek
Asteroid City Is Too Stiff and Stylized
Read TIME's review of Wes Anderson's latestBy Stephanie Zacharek
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