The can’t-miss thriller featuring a grown man sobbing in a dumpster.
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What happens when former public enemies write their own Hollywood ending?
Can the former indie crime movie director regain the swagger of his early films?
It’s time to “nerd out” like it’s 1985.
A difficult film held together by Bel Powley’s breakout performance
A viciously realistic thriller, piercing in its candor.
Bobcat Goldthwait turns the spotlight on Barry Crimmins.
A deeply felt illustration of the fury of late 1960s American politics.
An effective indie thriller with a touch of Amblin.
The latest in a series of endless, cash-grabbing nostalgia trips for Adam Sandler and the comedians in his camp.
A deceptively sublime film about an aging hero at his most vulnerable.