Tense, disturbing, bloody, twisted, weird and dark. Also, pretty great.
An elderly Jewish baker's business rises in value with the help of a young Muslim boy.
Dev Patel does justice to a genius.
This "spiritual sequel" is a cheerful, shaggy celebration of 80s culture in Austin, Texas.
Tom Hanks stars as a struggling salesman under tremendous pressure, but you probably won't care very much.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, what's the most pointless sequel of them all?
The King meets Tricky Dick in a film based on their iconic photograph. Despite two great actors, it didn't leave me All Shook Up.
Susan Sarandon and J.K. Simmons star in this sweet look at a woman learning to deal with loss.
Both a prequel and a sequel to the original, it reflects poorly on those who made it.
Catalina Sandino Moreno and Viola Davis shine in an even-handed look at what happens when a woman is investigated for child abuse.