Watching a man descend into total paranoia is almost as scary as those around him willing to believe anything.
A small town in post World War II Hungary attempts to face its past; aside from ridiculously, overly melodramatic music, it succeeds.
An interesting hybrid, this placid romantic comedy includes a philosophical debate on the nature of faith and features strong work from veteran actor Danny Glover.
This puzzling morality play from writer/director Yorgos Lanthimos is peculiar, thought-provoking, and unsettling on a bone-deep level.
Uneven trashing of the modern art world has some great moments, but not quite enough of them.
The soapiness of the story about a May-December romance between actress Gloria Grahame and her much younger lover shouldn't keep you from seeing this drama for its impressive lead performance by Annette Bening.
This movie? It's bad. We're cutting right to the chase...and wishing the filmmakers had done the same.
Despite the film never finding its footing, Daniel Radcliffe delivers a fantastic performance, surviving, though not winning, this battle of man versus nature.
Despite some moments that lag, this story about the firefighting Granite Mountain Hotshots is a respectful tribute to a team of real-life superheroes.
This snapshot view of an early case in Thurgood Marshall's career features a confident performance by Chadwick Boseman but fails to provide much insight into this influential figure.