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.
Mati Diop's feature directorial debut is ethereal in every sense of the word.
Takashi Miike still entertains, even if in a milder form.
Richard Linklater's sequel nine years later picks up with high hopes.
Guru Dutt's tale of achieving success in post-independence India is a haunting piece of Bollywood cinema.
David Cronenberg taps into a darker side of human desires in his adaptation of J. G. Ballard's novel.
✯✯✯✯½ In getting a perfect grasp at what it feels like to live within the lifestyle of Juliette Binoche’s Isabelle in Let the Sunshine In, Claire Denis keeps the camera lingering at long gaps between conversations. In talking about what these moments evoke thematically, what you also are experiencing is something so clearly fragmented by [...]
Hal Ashby's satire of the political climate in the 1970's rings with another bite about the changing times.
Paweł Pawlikowski's story of a decade long romance isn't any other film of the sort - it's nothing short of a miracle.