Nicole Kidman and Joseph Fiennes are the tormented parents of missing children in a film that fails to satisfy as either a mystery or a drama.
Cobie Smulders plays a pregnant teacher bonding with her pregnant student in a satisfying dramatic comedy.
Viola Davis and Jennifer Lopez are trapped in a familiar revenge thriller.
Exceptional Oscar-nominated films share the screen with some disappointing also-rans.
Inspiring fictional movies and some of the most depressing documentaries ever produced.
Guy Maddin’s latest phantasmagoria is a hallucinogenic anthology film filled with laughs and nightmares.
Jonah Hill and James Franco give stunning performances in a complex and mature drama.
Ewan McGregor plays Jesus Christ, and the Devil, in a film that captures the imagination and challenges the mind.
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Patrick Wilson stars as an ambitious politician who gets addicted to escort services in this impressively grown-up thriller.
Brett Morgen re-opens old wounds with an emotional documentary about the Nirvana frontman.
Maika Monroe fights off a sexually-transmitted haunting in this excitingly original new horror thriller.
Two kids steal a cop car, but Jon Watts’ movie is more hard-edged than the plot makes it sound.
Art house movie lovers and leukemia make for a whimsical, beautiful film about grief.
Gregg Turkington’s avant-garde comedic confrontation ‘Entertainment’ is not entertainment. That’s a good thing.
John Mclean’s Sundance western, starring Michael Fassbender, is strong, surreal, and ineffably satisfying.
Jason Sudeikis and Alison Brie are dynamite in this smart, sexy and hilarious romantic comedy.
Sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll have never seemed so friendly.
Jason Segel is a revelation as author David Foster Wallace in James Ponsoldt’s insightful drama.
A raucous and insightful documentary about the vicious debates between Gore Vidal and William F. Buckley, Jr.