Two women in Leningrad try to piece their lives back together in the aftermath of World War II.
Lisa Barros D’Sa and Glenn Leyburn’s film is a moving portrait of a relationship beset by a cancer diagnosis.
A young artist is hired to paint an elusive subject with unexpected results.
Margot Robbie returns as a free-spirited Harley Quinn with an all-female crew.
A weekend of winter fun turns grisly in a horror tale by Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz.
Wall Street Journal film critic Joe Morgenstern predicts who will win the top honors at Sunday’s Academy Awards.
Kitty Green’s debut dramatic feature follows a young woman working in movie production for an unseen, womanizing boss.
Blake Lively stars as an assassin-in-training seeking vengeance in this one-note drama.
Guy Ritchie’s latest is a throwback to his rough-and-tumble, intricately plotted capers.
The story of William H. Pitsenbarger, a pararescue specialist in Vietnam, mixes fact with flimsy fiction.
Will Smith and Martin Lawrence return as buddy cops in a third episode of the series that started a quarter-century ago.
Makoto Shinkai’s climate-focused romantic fantasy is a lightning strike of anime-art brilliance.
The latest story of the animal-communing doc squanders the star power of Robert Downey Jr.
Ladj Ly’s debut feature explores poverty, policing and perseverance in a gritty suburb of today’s Paris.
Chinonye Chukwu’s second feature explores the relationship between a warden and the death-row inmates she oversees.
Greta Gerwig daringly restructures Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel in this invigorating adaptation.
Lacking a story and filled with forgettable music, the film is an artistic hairball.
Sam Mendes’s epic tells the story of World War I through the eyes of two humble lance corporals.
Michael B. Jordan stars as civil-rights attorney Bryan Stevenson, who has dedicated his life to fighting for the wrongly convicted.
The final chapter of the series is a homecoming of galactic proportions, Joe Morgenstern writes.