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.
'Alien: Covenant' Mixes Blood And Guts With Existential Questions
'Last Men In Aleppo' Captures The Horror And Humanity Of The Syrian Crisis
'Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2' Is Overlong And Void Of Suspense
Film Adaptation Of 'The Circle' Is Part Satire, Part Moralistic Melodrama
An Amazon Adventurer Is Weighed Down By Family Ties In 'Lost City of Z'
Genre-Bending 'Colossal' Mixes Monster Metaphor With Romantic Comedy
A Middle-Aged Misanthrope Reconnects With His Long Lost Daughter In 'Wilson'
With 'T2: Trainspotting,' Director Danny Boyle Proves You can Go Home Again
'Sense Of An Ending' Lacks The Punch Of The Prize-Winning Novel It's Based On
The X-Men Franchise Takes An Intense, Scorched-Earth Turn With 'Logan'
'Get Out' Mixes Satire, Race And Horror, And The Result Is A Scream
'The Great Wall' Stands As A Monument To Absurd CGI Clutter
'The Salesman' Offers A Brilliant Portrayal Of Marriage And Vengeance
'Founder' Serves Up A Profile Of The Man Behind McDonald's
Hilarity And Hostility Converge In The Family Comedy 'Toni Erdmann'