Steven Soderbergh's telling of the story of the Panama Papers case is a sight to behold in what it tells, and how it tells the story.
Noah Hawley makes his directorial debut with a tale about an astronaut's existential crisis.
This Canadian film about understanding sexual fluidity feels limited in its own scope.
The first live-action Pokémon film might convert young kids into new fans, but it still misses the heights of its potential.
The aquatic superhero doesn't quite strike gold, but it still embraces its own ridiculousness.
Emily Blunt brings a new sort of charm to Julie Andrews's beloved role, but the film does not seem to have much else to carry.
Zhang Yimou may be closer to finding the footing that made his best works so distinctive.
Olivier Assayas being Assayas as always, maybe to a fault.
Peter Farrelly's first solo film may or may not be a big awards contender.
Elizabeth Debicki's portrayal of the famed author is one worthy of noting, but the film surrounding it could have been something more.