Climbing aboard their mammoth recreational vehicle for a cross-country road trip to the Colorado Rockies, the McNeive family -- led by dysfunctional patriarch Bob -- prepares for the adventure of a lifetime. But spending two weeks together in one seriously small space has a way of cramping their style.
Tired of playing it safe, a high-school senior joins a reality-style online game that soon escalates into dangerous stunts.
2016-07-26 | JEANNETTE CATSOULIS | Read the New York Times Review of Nerve
This documentary looks in on people working in yarn, from artists making graffiti to those fashioning playground structures.
2016-06-23 | NEIL GENZLINGER | Read the New York Times Review of Yarn
This anthology film, by the directors Roxanne Benjamin, David Bruckner, Patrick Horvath and the collective Radio Silence, presents characters who need to escape (and can’t).
2016-02-04 | NEIL GENZLINGER | Read the New York Times Review of Southbound
Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel, playing a composer and a filmmaker, look back on their long friendship from the perspective of an exclusive Alpine retreat.
2015-12-03 | A. O. SCOTT | Read the New York Times Review of Youth
Roland Emmerich’s film wants to be as specific as possible in reconstructing the Stonewall riots, but it also wants to be sweeping social allegory.
2015-09-24 | STEPHEN HOLDEN | Read the New York Times Review of Stonewall
“Pulp: A Film About Life, Death & Supermarkets” is a documentary that returns to Sheffield, England, hometown of that alternative rock band, which had its heyday in the 1990s.
2014-11-18 | JEANNETTE CATSOULIS | Read the New York Times Review of Pulp
In the Australian thriller “Swerve,” a fatal car accident draws a passer-by into intrigue with a femme fatale and a briefcase full of money.
2013-12-05 | MANOHLA DARGIS | Read the New York Times Review of Swerve