Review: PLANE, Suspenseful Action-Thriller Worth Seeing In Theaters

Gerard Butler's impressive star turn powers a gripping disaster movie cum hostage drama that will reward adult audiences who give it a chance theatrically.

ScreenAnarchy's Top 10 Films of 2022

What, it's 2023 already? You're kidding, right? Alas, 2022 has come and gone, as long as every other non-leap year but seeming shorter than most nonetheless. But as Yoda says "Size matters not", so we asked our writers to send...

Review: BABYLON, Outsized Ambition, Shoddy Execution

Directed by Damien Chazelle, the Old Hollywood tale stars Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie and Diego Calva.

Review: ALL THE BEAUTY AND THE BLOODSHED, Epic Portrait of An Artist

Director Laura Poitras illuminates the artistry and activism of photographer Nan Goldin in her Golden Lion-winning awards contender.

New York 2022 Review: R.M.N., Skillful But Heavy-Handed Xenophobia Drama

Cristian Mungiu uses a cudgel to examine xenophobia in Eastern Europe when a scalpel might have sufficed.

New York 2022 Review: WILL-O'-THE-WISP, Exuberant Gay Fantasia

João Pedro Rodrigues' Portuguese musical delivers the dance numbers along with a side of environmentalism.

New York 2022 Review: TRENQUE LAUQUEN, Binge-worthy South American Mystery Box

Director Laura Citarella's superb new opus, clocking in over four hours, strikes the balance between a Nicholas Sparks romance and a creature feature.