French filmmaker Jacques Audiard's first English language film is fun, if one that doesn't use up its talents to the max.
Jean-Luc Godard's latest film is probably best described by its own title.
Yorgos Lanthimos's third English language effort may very well be the director at his most accomplished.
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.
It's little wonder how Julia Roberts got lured to TV; Amazon's crackerjack half-hour thriller, adapted from a popular podcast, takes full advantage of the medium's benefits.
Eli Roth's first foray into making films for children actually shows a sign of promise.