Steve McQueen captures love with ingenuity in his latest.
In a sea of reboots and superhero hits, it can be hard to find new releases that are emotionally resonant. This is one of the many reasons why I am thankful for
Landes’ physical and metaphysical initiatives are fully realized in this exploration of stolen childhoods.
The multiple strands of this hand-painted animation come together to pay homage to the lives lived by a bustling city’s diverse citizenry.
Jennifer Lopez and Constance Wu star in this surprising, intelligent tale of strippers turned con artists.
Downton Abbey is less of a triumphant victory lap and more of a gentle stroll, a pleasant conversation of a film, reassuring you that it’s ok that things finish as long as
John Crowley's adaptation of Donna Tartt's beloved novel is a lazy, pretentious slog.
Aaron Schimberg's latest feature asks us to examine the biases and clichés of the cinematic gaze.
Cory Finley delves into the dark underbelly of school-board politics with his sophomore film Bad Education.
Andy Muschietti's 'It: Chapter Two' brings the thrills but sacrifices the character work that made the first film a runaway success.
Brian Hanson's directorial debut blends the lines between mental illness and a witch's curse.