The scariest, saddest film of the year.
Win It All may have a very familiar-sounding story, but Joe Swanberg’s artistry lies entirely in the details and execution.
The movie is odd as hell, which is welcome, at least at first.
In this World War II period piece, Gemma Arterton stars Catrin Cole, a copywriter living in London during the Blitz.
Romanian director Cristian Mungiu skillfully genre-hops, with forays into kitchen-sink drama, morality play, and even psychological thriller.
An artistic journey from Idaho to Eraserhead.
Set on a remote island in the Bahamas, Live Cargo is shot completely in black-and-white and lets the lens do most of the talking.
Heroes for animals, people, and the resistance in Nazi-occupied Warsaw
The Sun King is going down. The monarch’s eyes, baleful, shrewd and world-weary all at once, take in the royal court’s intrigue around his approaching death.