Trey Edward Shults returns to familiar territory for his third film in order to create a chaotic vision.
Alma Har'el makes her directorial debut by bringing forth a portrait of Shia LaBeouf's youth unlike any other.
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.
Joel Edgerton's conversion therapy biopic approaches its subject with good intentions, but doesn't stretch beyond routine.
If familiar territory for the genre, it still doesn't make the impact any less grander. (✯✯✯✯✯)
As funny as it is sociopolitically relevant in our world. (✯✯✯✯½)
Explores facets of humanity and connection through memories and traumas weaving beautifully. (✯✯✯✯✯)