Ben Wheatley’s J.G. Ballard adaptation is original, daring, and audacious.
Jeremy Saulnier’s follow-up to Blue Ruin maintains his knack for hair-trigger tension.
Jean-Marc Vallée’s latest is a delicate, cathartic story about breaking shit.
Even failed experiments can contribute to significant breakthroughs down the line.
John Niven’s Britpop thriller is as effective and enjoyable as an old music compilation.
A weak film muddles great performances in Marc Abraham’s Hank Williams biopic.
Unquestioned passion and devotion doesn’t tend to end particularly well.
Michael Moore’s latest doc is a return to form both in terms of ethos and artistic merit.
Charlotte Rampling is nothing short of a revelation in Andrew Haigh’s latest drama.
Leave it to Charlie Kaufman to make animated angst so completely delightful.
Tom Hooper’s latest drama feels like a safe investment with predictable returns.
Amy Berg offers an intimate spin on PBS’s American Masters series.