James Gray's second feature film may have gone understated, but its beauty still shines through.
Christian Petzold's newest film only ever raises up the feeling of anxiety to a maximum.
Hal Ashby's satire of the political climate in the 1970's rings with another bite about the changing times.
This new cinematic interpretation of the beloved superhero carries more than just the joys of what made Spider-Man's legacy resonate with many.
McKay's portrait of the infamous American Vice President is not one that goes without a seething hatred for what's come forward.
Sebastián Lelio's remake of his own film isn't a mere shot-for-shot copy of his original but rather a polishing.
Damien Chazelle's biopic about the late astronaut never holds back in awe.