This savage journey of self-discovery is that rarest thing nowadays: a film for adults.
A Woman’s Life, adapted from a Guy de Maupassant novel, charts a young bride’s slide into disaster with a hushed, pensive air that builds to panic.
“We might be too English for the jungle.”
In this World War II period piece, Gemma Arterton stars Catrin Cole, a copywriter living in London during the Blitz.
Heroes for animals, people, and the resistance in Nazi-occupied Warsaw
The boys are back in Edinburgh town in Danny Boyle’s oddly titled, long-awaited, and long-belated sequel to his iconic 1996 film.
Viewers unfamiliar with Daniel Clowes’s oeuvre are going to think this is some silly indie about a cranky old white guy.
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.