A treasure of a documentary, covering a cultural phenomenon with clarity, nuance, and responsibility.
This vibrant 1990 horror-comedy leads us straight to delicious temptation.
Michelle Pfeiffer dazzles as a near-destitute heiress in this surreal comedy.
An adopted woman in Dublin seeks out her birth mother in this cold and dark tale of performance and false appearance.
This madcap story reinvents the exorcism genre and resurrects disturbing family demons.
Despite a foreboding atmosphere, brisk dialogue, and admirable intentions, the gears of 'Slow Machine' grind to a standstill.
Stanley Tucci and Colin Firth delight in this romance about a couple dealing with illness.
Writer’s block has never been so brutal as it is in this new horror restoration.
This NYFF film is self-indulgent and pretentious.
Sang-soo's spare approach to a spare story lets down some interesting ideas.
Abel Ferrara's latest collaboration with Willem Dafoe is arcane.