Pixar's very first feature carries the whole studio's legacy on its shoulders and for good reason.
Gus Van Sant's third feature film is no ordinary Shakespeare adaptation.
This Canadian film about understanding sexual fluidity feels limited in its own scope.
The X-Men series meets its end but doesn't give the goodbye it promises.
Jim Jarmusch's zombie comedy doesn't quite do for zombies what Only Lovers Left Alive did for vampires.
Víctor Erice follows his stellar debut film with one of the most profound and resonant statements to grace the screen.
Elton John's biopic isn't so much of a biopic, but a beautiful rock fantasy.