Currently imprisoned by the Chinese government for pressing the case for freedom and democracy, the defiant entrepreneur and media mogul is the focus of a stirring, free-to-stream documentary.
Joel Edgerton plays a gardener with a dark past in the writer-director’s brooding, subtle character study.
The “Aquaman” star is a rare bright spot in the latest bombastic entry of this fuel-guzzling franchise.
Once a businessman’s best friend and now a tech relic, the device—and the story of its rise and fall—is the subject of a funny, illuminating film from director Matt Johnson.
A documentary reminds us that the lovable Yankee’s achievements on the baseball diamond were as unique as his way with language.
A woman gets drawn into the underground forces fighting the South American dictator in this realistic thriller from director Manuela Martelli.
Starring Chris Pratt, Dave Bautista and the rest of the intergalactic gang, director James Gunn’s stale sequel focuses on the origins of Rocket, the hyper-intelligent animal voiced by Bradley Cooper.
Judy Blume’s beloved 1970 novel gets a charming adaptation from writer-director Kelly Fremon Craig in a film featuring Rachel McAdams and Kathy Bates.
Nazis in 1944 Finland attempt to steal the gold of a prospector who is less feeble than he looks in this fun, blood-flooded film.
The British director’s unusually straightforward new film stars Jake Gyllenhaal as an American sergeant navigating Taliban-riddled territory with a local interpreter.
Joaquin Phoenix stars in the ‘Midsommar’ director’s three-hour neurotic fantasia that is at once fascinating, funny and wildly exasperating.
Bram Stoker’s novel gets a contemporary, slapstick twist in a film that sees Dracula’s assistant, played by Nicholas Hoult, trapped in a toxic relationship with his bloodsucking boss.
Lasse Hallström’s sensitive new film explores the life and imagination of Swedish artist Hilma af Klint.
The actor plays a painter and public-television host in this whimsical film from writer-director Brit McAdams.
The “Argo” director stars alongside Matt Damon and Viola Davis in his big-screen account of the endorsement deal between Nike and Michael Jordan.
Chris Pine, Michelle Rodriguez and an amusingly villainous Hugh Grant star in this flat adventure film based on the classic role-playing game.
A prizewinner at Sundance, A.V. Rockwell’s feature debut follows a woman fresh from jail who kidnaps her young son from foster care and struggles to raise him in the city.
Made for television in 1972, Mikko Niskanen’s four-part, five-hour work about moonshine-drenched desperation in a rural village is opening in a new restoration at New York’s Film Forum.
Sally Hawkins plays Philippa Langley, who was pivotal to finding the king’s remains under a parking lot in 2012, in an engaging if slightly off-kilter film from director Stephen Frears.
The action star’s preternaturally lethal hit man returns in this violent, stylish franchise’s grandest installment yet.