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‘Hell of a Summer’ Review: Finn Wolfhard’s Summer Camp Slasher Film Is Limp as Horror but Likable as Comedy

Wolfhard and Billy Bryk are co-helmers, writers and stars of this film about summer camp counselors being stalked by a killer.

‘The End We Start From’ Review: Jodie Comer Gives a Powerhouse Performance in a Compelling Climate Disaster Drama

The actress plays a woman struggling to raise her child after catastrophic floods drive them from their home in Mahalia Belo's film.

‘The Burial’ Review: Jamie Foxx and Tommy Lee Jones in a Satisfyingly Old-School Courtroom Drama

The stars headline Maggie Betts' film about a man who goes up against a corporate titan in order to hold on to his family's funeral home.

‘Sorry/Not Sorry’ Review: Louis C.K. Sexual Misconduct Doc Struggles to Find Fresh Perspective

Caroline Suh and Cara Mones' documentary based on a New York Times article chronicles the downfall and comeback of the comedian in the wake of sexual harassment allegations.

‘Late Bloomers’ Review: Karen Gillan Stars in a Slight Odd-Couple Friendship Dramedy

The actress plays a depressed musician who bonds with an older Polish woman (Margaret Sophie Stein) in Lisa Steen's directorial debut, which premiered at SXSW.

‘Landscape With Invisible Hand’ Review: Tiffany Haddish in a Sci-Fi Comedy That Lacks Bite

Asante Blackk and Tiffany Haddish star in the latest from 'Thoroughbreds' and 'Bad Education' director Cory Finley.

‘Run Rabbit Run’ Review: Sarah Snook in a Maternal Horror Flick Whose Shivers Are Only Skin-Deep

The 'Succession' star plays a mother whose relationship with her young daughter takes a turn for the fraught in Daina Reid's film.

‘The Starling Girl’ Review: Eliza Scanlen in a Smart Study of a Teenager Torn Between Religion and Desire

The actress plays a 17-year-old evangelical Christian who has an affair with her youth pastor (Lewis Pullman) in Laurel Parmet's feature debut.

‘Nanny’: Film Review | Sundance 2022

Nikyatu Jusu's debut feature revolves around a Senegalese woman working as a nanny for a wealthy New York couple and haunted by frightening visions.

Lena Dunham’s ‘Sharp Stick’: Film Review | Sundance 2022

The 'Girls' star-creator's new film focuses on a sexually inexperienced young Los Angeles woman having an affair with her older employer.

‘Neptune Frost’: Film Review | TIFF 2021

Saul Williams and Anisia Uzeyman's Afro-futurist science fiction musical centers on two misfits in Rwanda, a miner and an intersex hacker, who find each other through technology and dreams.

The Hollywood Reporter Critics Pick the Best Films of 2021 (So Far)

THR's film reviewers pick faves from the first half of the year, including a South African drama about a gay soldier, a female buddy comedy featuring Kristen Wiig and an adaptation of an exotic dancer's tweetstorm about a nightmarish Florida road trip.