• Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

    Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery


    Just as hilarious, topical and layered as its’ predecessor, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery is another cleverly plotted, massively entertaining romp with a pitch perfect ensemble cast having a total ball.

  • The Menu

    The Menu


    A tense, gleefully twisted blend of horror and dark comedy, The Menu sports fantastic performances and a sharp, unpredictable script that make it one of the year’s most delectable cinematic treats.

  • Causeway



    While admittedly somewhat slight, Causeway is a solidly affecting story of grief with a pair of grounded, stellar performances from Brian Tyree Henry and Jennifer Lawrence.

  • Funny Girl

    Funny Girl


    Sharply written and filled with great songs, Funny Girl is a fabulously crafted musical anchored by an iconic lead performance from Barbara Streisand

  • Spirited



    The biggest surprise of the year, Spirited puts an intelligent, big hearted spin on the classic Dickens story with stellar music, lots of laughs and a winning double act from Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell.

  • The Wonder

    The Wonder


    While certain elements feel undercooked and the pacing is too deliberate at points, The Wonder is an ambitious, engaging study of faith anchored by another strong performance from Florence Pugh

  • A Christmas Story Christmas

    A Christmas Story Christmas


    While there’s nothing overtly wrong with A Christmas Story Christmas, it simply feels wholly unnecessary, replacing the cleverness of the original with tired slapstick and gooey schmaltz.

  • Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

    Black Panther: Wakanda Forever


    While very overstuffed and lacking the magic of its predecessor, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is an ambitious, superbly acted MCU adventure which ultimately succeeds as a poignant eulogy for the incomparable Chadwick Boseman.

  • Till



    A heart-crushing dramatization of an infuriating tragedy, Till pulsates with urgency and grief in every frame, anchored by a staggering, emotionally charged performance from Danielle Deadwyler.

  • Wendell & Wild

    Wendell & Wild


    While not to the level of Henry Selick’s best work, Wendell & Wild is an imaginative, gorgeously animated fable with an excellent voice cast.

  • The Good Nurse

    The Good Nurse


    Though not engaging as it should be given the fascinating story it’s based on, The Good Nurse is a solid medical crime procedural anchored by two terrific performances from Jessica Chastain and Eddie Redmayne.

  • The School for Good and Evil

    The School for Good and Evil


    While sporting a committed cast, The School For Good And Evil never feels like anything other than a plodding, bloated, derivative hodgepodge of tropes from much better teen fantasy adventure movies.