'A Hidden Life' may represent a return to the mode of grand historical epic which dominated Malick’s so-called ‘golden era.’
'The Lighthouse' is a masterfully controlled mood piece from director Robert Eggers, who delivers and then some in his sophmore effort.
'The Wild Goose Lake' is a masterfully stylish Hitchcockian thriller depicting individuals caught up in large, labyrinthine organizations.
It’s almost criminal how aggressively Jessica Hausner’s 'Little Joe' works to drain the fun out of a juicy exploitation premise.
'The Whistlers' updates the genre of the Cold War thriller to the era of mass surveillance and networked digitization.
'Matthias & Maxime' tries to makes every scene a climax, resulting in a pretty damn tiring viewing experience.
Short on narrative but beautiful in its aesthetics, 'The Bears' Famous Invasion of Sicily' is a pleasant piece of classical animation.
'Tommaso' is an epic movie disguised as a minor note — a grand reflection on Ferrara’s conflicted relationship with drugs, religion, and the opposite sex, on-screen...
A black-comic thriller from South Korean director of Memories of Murder and Snowpiercer Parasite combines the broad satire of Bong Joon-Ho’s recent output with the fascination...
'Oh Mercy!' winds up as mixed bag, to say the least, with a masterful first half that eventually devolves into a TV cop drama.