'Bodied' is an important film, but a deeply flawed one.
'Lady Bird' isn’t a great film for new director, it’s a great film. Period.
Paul Schrader’s 'First Reformed' is a bleak, tough take on the suffering we can self-inflict in our constant search for higher truth.
Along with 'Call Me By Your Name,' 'A Fantastic Woman' stands out not just as exemplary LGBTQ cinema, but as one of the best films of 2017, deserving wide recognition for overall achievement.
Making someone want to watch a bad movie is what makes 'The Disaster Artist' such a great telling of a preposterous real-life story.
'Three Peaks' is a fascinating, and at times disconcerting character piece about the struggle to be a family.
'Five Fingers for Marseilles' both pleases and surprises. Western fans will get what they want, as will movie lovers that want an action film with a legitimately different flavour.
The Greek satirist stumbles in his second English-language feature.
The Square Directed by Ruben Östlund Written by Ruben Östlund 2017/Sweden / Germany / France / Denmark In 2014, Swedish writer-director Ruben Östlund took aim at masculinity and bourgeois hypocrisy...
'Let the Corpses Tan' is perhaps too high-powered, running its perfected aesthetics into the ground.
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