David Gordon Green's new Halloween sequel revitalizes the franchise for a modern audience.
Xavier Dolan's first English language effort is a messy melodrama, but also endearing in how personal it feels for the Canadian director.
This experiment from Canadian auteur Patricia Rozema invites you to a confusing world.
This third remake of the 1937 film finds a new life with Bradley Cooper behind the camera and Lady Gaga carrying the spotlight.
David Lowery's most recent film is a bittersweet sendoff to a legend, if this were truly to be Robert Redford's last film.
Aneesh Chaganty's computer-set debut proves itself more innovative than one can expect.
Bo Burnham's directorial debut is awkward as you'd expect, but also endearing in the best ways.
This new re-imagining of Winnie the Pooh has a whole lot to say about our memories and how they define us.
The sequel takes its time getting started, but not without purpose, and certainly not without benefit.
Mister Rogers' legacy lives on in this new documentary.