A stirring legal drama that will outrage and inspire in equal measure.
Director Kathryn Bigelow’s latest film is wholly in line with her body of work, for good and ill.
That rare film that will make you think and might even make you act.
What Mean Streets and Taxi Driver did for 1970s Manhattan, Good Time does for Queens of the 2010s.
In addition to the hauntingly beautiful landscapes and the welcome focus on overlooked social justice issues, Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen give some of the best performances of their careers.
The film is perhaps the best document of the consequences of the American invasion of Iraq.
This savage journey of self-discovery is that rarest thing nowadays: a film for adults.
A welcome addition to the growing collection of films depicting the Iraq War.
In some ways, Risk is one of the more fascinating recent depictions of the cult of personality.