Dee Rees stages a devastating historical tragedy in the post-WWII Mississippi Delta.
A coming-of-age story rooted in small-town gangland, full of quiet merits.
A cliche-driven rags-to-rap stardom story that’s just barely rescued by its dynamic leading turn.
Kyle Mooney anchors this unconventional coming-of-age dramedy with a disarming sweetness.
Al Gore’s follow-up to An Inconvenient Truth offers a similar message, but a bleaker one.
Flying Lotus’ debut feature film is a horrorshow from which you won’t be able to look away.
An unfocused but often touching look at family and relationships in the mid-’90s.
David Lowery’s near-wordless feature is a beautiful meditation on grief, loss, and time.
Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon’s rom-com is an instant great in the genre.
Brian Knappenberger takes a long view of what the destruction of Gawker means for modern media.
A different kind of giant monster movie, with a striking pair of performances at its center.
Jordan Peele’s directorial debut is a funny yet unsettling horror commentary on racism.