David Heinz describes the work of editing 'The Call of the Wild' and what is like being the "last storyteller."
An enjoyably strange, confident film, whose serene, patient approach masks a crafty appetite for mayhem, conflict, and macabre retribution.
Featuring imaginative but bulky visuals, some cloying performances, and significant inconsistencies, this Tinseltown parable is much less remarkable than it should be.
A morose, lifeless condemnation of despicable people, for no discernible reason.
A treasure of a documentary, covering a cultural phenomenon with clarity, nuance, and responsibility.
Despite roots in real-life trauma, Ismaël el Iraki's pulpy film fumbles its slippery approach.
This chilly, thrilling comedy successfully mixes witty social commentary with nerve-wracking dread and tension.
Michel Franco crafts a stinging rebuke of the idealized revolution by staging a nightmarish one.
Have a tall one on Mads.
A film driven by hagiographic respect, filled with meaningful compositions, and steeped in a righteous passion to set the record straight.
Klein’s film is a worthy portrayal of The Greatest and a great documentary in its own right.