It’s the triumphant historical crowd-pleaser we need right now.
A permeating sense of threat and regret ooze from one twisted (in more ways than one) storyline to another.
A fleabag of a crime movie and pure, unadulterated, hard-R-don’t-give-a-damn Paul Schrader.
A quiet, female-focused triptych of tales that keeps its scope quite modest.
Is this a new direction for Pedro Almodóvar, who has made excess the hallmark of his long career?
The redemption of a Swedish Scrooge wields dark themes with a comic lightness. Don’t be surprised if you find a tear rolling down your cheek.
In a dusty, desolate corner of the world in the 1950s, Tilly Dunnage (Kate Winslet) is back for answers and revenge.
Based on the 2004 best-selling memoir by Brad Land, Goat is an account of college fraternity culture and the brutality of its hazing rituals.