French filmmaker Jacques Audiard's first English language film is fun, if one that doesn't use up its talents to the max.
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.
Sebastián Lelio's remake of his own film isn't a mere shot-for-shot copy of his original but rather a polishing.
Jonah Hill's directorial debut isn't one that is born out of nostalgia, but a sense of love for the time period of its title.
David Lowery's most recent film is a bittersweet sendoff to a legend, if this were truly to be Robert Redford's last film.
Tight, suspenseful, twisted, and hilarious, the director of Bridesmaids just took a big leap forward.