Four teenage chums are obsessed with sex, and, most recently, death.
The South Korean film is a smorgasbord of violence, featuring gunfights, hand-to-hand combat, and car chases, all meticulously and thrillingly executed.
An aggressively quirky, misanthropic film focusing on a singularly unpleasant human being.
An empathetic, nonjudgmental observation of a marriage after it falls apart.
Star Jessica Williams is armed with wit, attitude, and that old ’30’s standby, spunk.
A wonderful love letter to the people who keep us humming when we leave the theater.
Grungy, trippy and very, very dangerous, this desert dystopia is seductive and deadly in equal terms and a cross between Mad Max and Antonioni.
A throwback to the physical comedy of Jacques Tati comes up short.
A delightfully droll and deadpan meditation on exile and belonging that focuses on a small Iranian radio station in San Francisco.