Guillermo del Toro’s love letter to monster movies wears his affection for the misunderstood on its sleeve.
Greta Gerwig’s superb directorial debut immerses itself in the details of its early-aughts coming-of-age story.
George Clooney’s stab at a Coens-esque social parable ultimately falls short of its grander ambitions.
Yorgos Lanthimos’ latest clinical exercise in families and violence offers a Rorschach test for its viewers.
The real-life tale of the love and kink behind Wonder Woman’s creation is effective, if overly polite.
The documentary about The Tragically Hip and their final 2016 tour captures the power of their farewell.
The “secret film” by Louis C.K. aims for provocation, but only lands its punches sparingly.
Andrew Haigh’s latest devastating character study approaches the coming-of-age story with grace.
Aaron Sorkin’s directorial debut sharply captures the good and bad sides of luck.
Alexander Payne’s micro/macro meditation on humanity struggles under its self-imposed weight.
Michael Haneke’s latest exercise in vicious darkness is often effective but treads familiar waters.