Gary Oldman’s compelling turn as Winston Churchill elevates this semi-standard biopic.
Luca Guadagnino’s masterful love story captures the heady, intoxicating sensations of youth.
Jim Carrey’s method acting as Andy Kaufman makes for a compelling, frustrating documentary.
Denzel Washington excels in an uneven, yet compelling, legal drama and character study.
DC’s blockbuster leans into the fun, even as the storytelling continues to lag behind.
Dee Rees stages a devastating historical tragedy in the post-WWII Mississippi Delta.
Martin McDonagh’s wrenching, blackly comic story of retribution is singularly affecting.
Coming of age has severe consequences in Joachim Trier’s unsettling psychodrama.
Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg’s chemistry barely sustains this tired holiday-themed sequel.
A confused, curious would-be genre flick that finds moderate success as a domestic dramedy.
Kenneth Branagh’s star-studded Agatha Christie adaptation will satisfy fans and newcomers alike.
Takashi Miike’s 100th feature delivers the grotesque and the poignant in equal measures.