The gargantuan three-part documentary follows the famous, controversial rapper for 20 years, capturing his brilliance and contradictions.
The infamously crude TV and film franchise continues a tradition of cinematic physical comedy going back to the Silent Era.
With The Matrix Resurrections, writer/director Lana Wachowski critically examines how our understanding of gender and identity has changed since the original trilogy.
Mayor Pete tries to make the case for the bland presidential candidate whom few voted for as some kind of gamechanger.
Old literalizes the adage about how life passes you by in a flash, to horrifying effect.
The HBO Max series Veneno embraces all of the media personality’s colorful life, including the messier parts.
Set in 1954 Detroit, Steven Soderbergh’s latest caper flick critiques capitalism and institutional racism as effortlessly as it piles on the twists.
Returning virtually this year, the annual Caribbean film festival offers a slate of rewarding films that revel in the intricacies of the region and its diaspora.
Set in Miami’s Little Haiti, Edson Jean’s feature debut follows a nurse on the verge of a breakdown.
An adaptation of the Tony-winning play, Oslo‘s apolitical take on the Israel-Palestine conflict is of little use to anyone.
The British horror film In the Earth bloodily observes how fervent belief makes fools of us all.
Despite its laugh tracks and various winks and nods, the Marvel superhero series is lacking in its homage to iconic television.