It’s a movie made on the fly, and, for better or worse, you can tell.
Director Azazel Jacob’s adaptation of the Patrick deWitt novel gets too aimless for its own good.
Trey Edward Shults’ family drama sinks under sordid plotting.
Documentarian Alma Har’el adds a sense of realism to her fictional feature debut.
Warning: You might get Skee-Lo stuck in your head.
The director and author discuss a future for religious families that no longer involves the practice.
Joel Edgerton directs this harrowing story of conversion therapy with heart and consideration.
Sivan also acts in the movie alongside Lucas Hedges and Nicole Kidman.
Jonah Hill’s directorial debut is an uncommonly generous and thoughtful coming-of-age story.
A guide to the movies that have us (and hopefully you) most excited for the rest of 2018.
A coming-of-age story set against the skateboarding scene in ’90s Los Angeles.
The trailer features a new song from Troye Sivan and Jonsi.