A Middle-American-family-reconnects movie, the kind that marries the goofball antics of a dysfunctional family with dramatic questions like: What’s it all about? What are we all even doing here?
The type of family film that doesn’t come around nearly often enough.
Even after nearly half a century, the filth of Multiple Maniacs still holds up. While it is so low budget and amateurish, the film’s flaws are actually the best part of the viewing experience.
The new film by Ira Sachs (Love Is Strange)—well crafted, complex, and ambiguous
The story of a sociopath learning his trade, beautifully crafted in old-school filmmaking.
Nicholas Hoult and Kristen Stewart star in this science fiction romance set in a futuristic utopian society called the Collective.
If you haven’t experienced a Todd Solondz film yet, then brace yourself. You are in for some heady cynicism.
An addition to a new class of investigative documentaries focusing on the devastation that can result when those who have money at their disposal do whatever they want.
One artist from across the world finds a connection with someone he’s never met and uses his genius and the tools at his disposal to give her what she could not have done on her own.