Reviewed Jan. 2
We said: We feel bad for the actors—especially [Shawn] Ashmore, because we kind of like him otherwise—and our minds wander; the sequel setup at the end cuts deep.
Reviewed Jan. 19
We said: [Daniel]Day-Lewis, as always, disappears completely into the role.
Off the Menu
Reviewed Feb. 6
We said: It's hard to recommend this to anyone.
Isle of Dogs
Reviewed March 28
We said: Should not be missed under any circumstances.
Reviewed May 14
We said: We can only hope RBG is shown to everyone—particularly young people—for a long time to come.
Jurassic World: The Fallen Kingdom
Reviewed June 22
We said: Boo. Muck. Filth. Slime. Rubbish. Boo.
Sorry to Bother You
Reviewed July 13
We said: Lakieth Stanfield brings a subtle vulnerability to his first big screen starring role.
Reviewed August 10
We said: BlacKkKlansman so vividly and powerfully captures our attention, taking us right up to the brink of hope before abruptly pulling us back down to
The Happytime Murders
Reviewed August 24
We said: The movie is almost never funny despite appearances from comedic champions like Maya Rudolph and Joel McHale.
Reviewed Sept. 14
We said: There are also space dogs; literal space dogs. Ugh.
Reviewed Sept. 25
We said: If you even think you like art, you must see this film.
Reviewed Oct. 22
We said: A meditative portrait of a taciturn yet resolute hero.
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
Reviewed Nov. 16
We said: Sorry, Potterheads—it's just not the same.
Reviewed Dec. 7
We said: [Rachel] Weisz is phenomenal.