Mike Leigh’s unsparing account of the government attack on the proletariat grapples with its larger purpose.
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David Harbour brings the personality to this gore-heavy, R-rated take on the antihero.
Alison Klayman takes a harrowing trip into the everyday life of the Trump-doctrine huckster.
Alex Gibney’s compelling HBO documentary offers his latest look at a failing, well-funded system.
From Human Nature to Microbe and Gasoline, who else could create such beautiful imagery?
Chiwetel Ejiofor makes his directorial debut with this stiff retelling of William Kamkwamba’s incredible life story.
Christian Petzold’s film updates a classic tale of wartime secrecy to draw eerie historical parallels.
The end of the story is rife with visual delights, as a treat for audiences of every age.
Walter Hill’s cult classic endures as both an efficient action movie and a relic of a bygone era.
Joe Cornish’s family-friendly take on the Arthurian legend has plenty of charm to go around.
Margaret Qualley and Anthony Mackie co-star in this minimalist, forgettable sci-fi flick.
Robert Zemeckis adds waves of digital gloss to a painful, highly unconventional true story.