Venice Film Festival

‘Hit Man’ Is a Hilarious and Unpredictable Romp That Will Make Glen Powell a Star

Richard Linklater's latest film is a hilarious and unpredictable romp that shows the star power Glen Powell has always had… Read More

‘Priscilla’ Is a Delicate Yet Powerful Story of a Woman Emerging from the Shadows

Sofia Coppola's Priscilla Presley biopic is a subtle and frank look at her fairytale romance with Elvis and the delicate… Read More

‘Maestro’ Is a Bradley Cooper and Carey Mulligan Star Vehicle But a Just Fine Second Feature

Bradley Cooper's Maestro puts the filmmaker front and center, but his acting far surpasses his directorial eye for his second… Read More

‘Poor Things’ Is a Magical Odyssey of Science and Humanity—And Emma Stone’s Best Performance Yet

When science and humanity mix, you get Yorgos Lanthimos' Poor Things, an utterly magical odyssey that gives us the best… Read More

‘The Banshees of Inisherin’ Is Martin McDonagh At His Most Tender

The Irish playwright’s fourth feature gets to the heart of friendship and loneliness in his most relatable film yet. Read More

‘Don’t Worry Darling’ is A Cautionary Tale of America’s Fascist Backslide

Olivia Wilde's second feature showcases the intriguing performances of Florence Pugh and Harry Styles as an idyllic couple whose bond… Read More

‘The Whale’ Gets to the Shameful Heart of the Emotional Eating Experience

The filmmaker’s newest feature since 'mother!' will ring true for many BED sufferers and plus-sized people despite his decision to… Read More

‘Bones & All’ Might Disgust Some, But It’s a Great Love Story

Luca Guadagnino’s tenth feature challenges its audience with flawed leads and visceral imagery. And it works. Read More

‘Tár’ Reminds Us That Cate Blanchett is a Generational Talent

Is there anything Cate Blanchett can't do? Just wondering. Read More