Keira Knightley's portrayal of the renowned French writer is a stunner.
The Coen brothers' western anthology sums up the nature of the Americana lifestyle.
Paul Thomas Anderson's 1999 magnum opus remains the director at his most ambitious and emotionally chaotic.
This biopic about Queen never feels like the tribute that its subject deserved, and rather a film that demonizes for the sake of appeasing wider audiences.
Zhang Yimou may be closer to finding the footing that made his best works so distinctive.
Mia Hansen-Løve's latest film may be small, but feels lovely.
Claire Denis's first English language feature remains every bit as provocative as the French auteur at her very best.