Without imagination, sincerity, or humor, Netflix's parody of the Eurovision Song Contest is bland and forgettable.
For audiences, be they hapless parents or a group of friends looking for something ironically funny to watch, Trolls World Tour is nothing short of a nightmare.
Despite a nucleus of spirit and overwrought chaos, Selah and the Spades is curtailed by its own disorder.
Killing Eve's third installment is twisted, attractive, and divinely smart, offering some of the most deliciously inventive and compelling moments in the show's history.
In a perfectly quirky documentary interweaving family and LGBTQ+ history, Rachel Mason captures what her parents do for a living: run a hardcore gay porn bookstore.
Tyler Cornack turns a silly premise into a serious thriller that still retains its comedic elements.
This heartfelt and surprisingly punchy rom-com shines in the hands of Olivia Munn and Sam Claflin.
Alan Yang's Netflix drama is a tender tale of immigration and lives and loves left behind.
Michael Reich's semi-autobiographical tale of a dog groomer/aspiring moviemaker offers a bottomless supply of lo-fi bizarreness.
A string of satanic killings provide the backdrop for two groups of friends battling it out in '80s Indiana.
A delicate web of family secrecy is unravelled in this impressive debut feature from Xiang Zi.