Some would ask what is the need for a new West Side Story, but Steven Spielberg does far more than provide the answer any skeptic would need.
This film featuring deaf actors playing deaf characters unfortunately falters with providing them their own voice.
A film living in the moment - regardless of how short it's bound to last.
Ryusuke Hamaguchi's latest is a beautiful ride through life, happiness, sorrows, among many other things.
Jane Campion's first feature film in over a decade is a beautifully realized effort, internally and externally.
Pablo Larraín's latest film shows a different sort of tragedy within the royal family.
Edgar Wright's foray into horror is beautiful, but messy.
Emerald Fennell's debut film is a bold interrogation of rape culture.
The newest film from Aaron Sorkin captures a revolutionary point in American history - but to what extent?
The final film of Elem Klimov presents the war as if you were running from the apocalypse.