Articles by: James Roberts
Amphetamines and our cultural relationship with them are explored in this new documentary.
At least Roger Deakins finally won.
A taut and brutal thriller, Red Sparrow is a worthy entry into the spy genre.
Eli Roth's remake leaves much to be desired.
It's a close race but we make our picks for the top honors at this year's Academy Awards
Hercule Poirot is well deserving of space in your home movie library.
The early, revolutionary days of Karl Marx are explored in a fascinating new film.
Heather Graham's directorial debut is far from the movie it could have been.
All the charisma in the world isn't quite enough to make this memorable.