When photographer Mick Rock divulges his encounters with David Bowie or Syd Barrett or Lou Reed, Shot! lifts off the ground like a rocket.
Win It All may have a very familiar-sounding story, but Joe Swanberg’s artistry lies entirely in the details and execution.
An unholy marriage of Rosemary’s Baby and Death Wish dropped into the bleakest of Mike Leigh’s urban landscapes.
A kids’ version of Breaking Bad, if you will.
A strange but insightful film, at turns matter-of-factly tragic and bizarrely optimistic about human perseverance.
This documentary is essential viewing for anyone interested in understanding the world as it is today, in all of its boundless horror.
At times, watching Christine is akin to witnessing a disaster unfold in slow motion.
A closeted young Korean American finds a job at a bathhouse and navigates the discreet sex scene.
This has been quite the year for enchanting animated films. One can add Kubo and the Two Strings to that list.