Martin Scorsese's portrait of the violent-tempered boxer is the director's most difficult film, but also one of his best.
As far back as any can remember, Martin Scorsese's 1990 classic remains every bit as seminal as ever.
Martin Scorsese works with Netflix to release an audacious project unlike anything else he has directed prior.
Alma Har'el makes her directorial debut by bringing forth a portrait of Shia LaBeouf's youth unlike any other.
Steven Soderbergh's telling of the story of the Panama Papers case is a sight to behold in what it tells, and how it tells the story.
Elton John's biopic isn't so much of a biopic, but a beautiful rock fantasy.
Julian Schnabel's take on the tormented artist finds beauty in a lack of flow.
Keira Knightley's portrayal of the renowned French writer is a stunner.
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.
McKay's portrait of the infamous American Vice President is not one that goes without a seething hatred for what's come forward.