Spike Lee's politically incorrect media satire from 2000 only hits with a different resonance today.
Hayao Miyazaki at his most simple could only be every bit as lovely as one can expect from the master.
This latest fantasy adventure from Pixar never quite moved onward.
Greta Gerwig's second film as a director gives a new life to Louisa May Alcott's classic story.
David Lynch's take on the traditionalized American love story is not short of his usual touch.
Martin Scorsese's 1985 black comedy remains the director's most bizarre work to date.
The latest Wakaliwood venture is a new sort of action movie, almost impossible to categorize.
Noah Baumbach's ironically titled film is among his finest works to date.
Takashi Miike still entertains, even if in a milder form.
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.