This experiment from Canadian auteur Patricia Rozema invites you to a confusing world.
Damien Chazelle's biopic about the late astronaut never holds back in awe.
This third remake of the 1937 film finds a new life with Bradley Cooper behind the camera and Lady Gaga carrying the spotlight.
My senior year of high school and freshman year of college. 2003 is a loaded year for me. Trying to isolate my feelings about the year from the films should be harder. Thankfully there are some great and not so great films to make it easier. The bottom 25 grossers of 2003. #76. Uptown Girls. [...]
This film is a breathless mess. It's portrayal of autism, however, isn't outwardly terrible; just part of a long-standing, damaging pattern of other portrayals of autism in film/TV.
Jeremy Saulnier's new release for Netflix carries the director's best tendencies, but maybe not to a fully realized degree.
Barry Jenkins's third feature film doesn't only set him up to become one of this generation's finest filmmakers; it proves he is one among our finest.
Jonah Hill's directorial debut isn't one that is born out of nostalgia, but a sense of love for the time period of its title.
Joel Edgerton's conversion therapy biopic approaches its subject with good intentions, but doesn't stretch beyond routine.
David Lowery's most recent film is a bittersweet sendoff to a legend, if this were truly to be Robert Redford's last film.