Joshua Rothkopf

Senior Editor, Movies
A new indie folk-horror triumph is imbued by a refreshing sense of the natural world.
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Actor-filmmakers Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead eclipse their prior indies for breathless invention and thorny bromance.
When a fancy university is built in the shadow of the Salem witch trials, old habits die hard.
The most anticipated narrative features and documentaries at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival, including our reviews.
A well-conceived Wes Anderson-ish nature documentary balances playfulness against a dark side.
Kim Morgan breaks down a juicy exchange from the screenplay she co-wrote with del Toro.
The Radiohead guitarist and film composer talks about his three movies in the race: The Power of the Dog, Spencer, and Licorice Pizza.
As I Love Lucy’s William Frawley, the Oscar winner gives the film some grade-A sass.
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The writer-director of Licorice Pizza takes us on a journey through his 25 years of filming in his place of inspiration.
Neve Campbell and Courteney Cox return for a belated victory lap that’s thrilled with its own meta-ness while only sometimes being scary.
Olivia Colman toplines an excellent cast in Maggie Gyllenhaal's nuanced directorial debut.
Director George Clooney's coming-of-age drama is conventional but Ben Affleck shines on the sidelines.
Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss reunite for a sequel that's surprisingly romantic.