David Lynch's take on the traditionalized American love story is not short of his usual touch.
Melina Matsoukas's first feature film is a harsh, but frustratingly safe look at the means to survive on the run at the hands of police brutality.
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.
Takashi Miike still entertains, even if in a milder form.
The Safdie brothers show another side to Adam Sandler that audiences would have never expected in this new crime thriller.
J. C. Chandor's fourth feature may be a fluke for the director.
David Lynch's surreal neo-noir still remains one of his finest and most hypnotic films.
Elaine May's understanding of masculinity goes beyond what men would be afraid to admit, even today.
James Gray's second feature film may have gone understated, but its beauty still shines through.