Number one is a film you might not expect.
This beautiful film aims for art, but without much reinvention, is it enough to sit through?
A lesbian love story with so much potential teeters off course with poor casting and a mixed-up narrative.
This darkly funny film tackles vital questions every straight couple needs to talk about.
A formulaic flick about dinosaurs checks all our boxes but does little else.
A terribly thrown-together film runs badly off course, insulting the Disney park that inspired it.
This film took twelve years to make. The wait was worth it.
A delicate, musically-charged ode to NYC and its myriad citizens sounds flat and dull by the end.
This relentless film by Korean director Bong Joon-ho is getting well-deserved attention.
A paradoxical and ethically uncomfortable film about a young filmmaker’s last days.