'Hustlers' is a flashy yet empty movie that can't decide if it wants to be a feel-good tale of female empowerment or a nuanced social critique.
'The Vast of Night' draws from late-'50s science fiction and radio plays by leaving its thrills unseen and letting the audience create them instead.
'Color Out of Space' delivers a hilarious, dizzying performance from Nicolas Cage in director Richard Stanley's return to genre cinema.
'Knuckle City' gives the world we live in a few jabs before putting an entire system of corruption and limitations on blast.
An Austrian pensioner and Afghani meet in the lacerating Nobadi, a sly deconstruction of the oddball couple genre.
'Sound of Metal' takes a look at the deaf and hearing-impaired community with a sensitivity and incredible lead performance
'Jallikattu' offers an intense sensory experience that distills down to how easily man can be broken down by a mere disruption in routine.
Céline Sciamma's 'Portrait of a Lady on Fire' paints a picture of two women struggling to find a place for themselves in a world they don't...
Andrés Wood's 'Spider' is a chilling glimpse into the fascistic terrorists who spurred on a right-wing military junta in Chile in the early 1970s.
'Sea Fever' plays its narrative safe, only to provide a unique take on well-worn territory that will please genre fans.