David Edelstein David Edelstein is a film critic for New York magazine and for NPR's Fresh Air, and an occasional commentator on film for CBS Sunday Morning.
Philosophically Rich 'Isle Of Dogs' Is A Howl Of Joy
Humor Blends With Tragedy In The Farcical 'Death of Stalin'
Spy Thriller 'Red Sparrow' Is A Long Slog With Minimal Suspense
Mythic 'Black Panther' Is A Momentous Event In Pop Culture History
Clint Eastwood Celebrates Old-Fashioned Heroism In 'The 15:17 To Paris'
Documentary Offers A Devastating Look At The Obama Administration's 'Final Year'
The Vigilant Thriller 'In The Fade' Melds Tragedy With Nihilism
'Florida Project' Tops David Edelstein's List Of The Year's Best Films
'Phantom Thread' Is Deeply Weird And Marvelously Entertaining
'Last Jedi' Puts The Smarts — And The Heart — Back Into The 'Star Wars' Franchise
'I, Tonya' Offers A Sympathetic Second Act To A Disgraced Figure Skater
Delusions Of Grandeur Take Center Stage In James Franco's 'Disaster Artist'
'Three Billboards' Is a Vigilante-Revenge Thriller That Goes Off The Rails
'Lady Bird' Soars With An Intimate Portrait Of Mother-Daughter Angst
'Novitiate' Captures A Watershed Moment In The Life Of The Catholic Church