A woman who was disfigured by a bullet to the face in Auschwitz seeks out her husband after the war.
This thriller offers many moments of great tension but may be too dour for all to enjoy.
This horror sequel is truly unsettling - not in a good way - and tries to answer questions that nobody was asking after the original.
Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart have a comfortable chemistry in this wild but uneven film.
A witless, lifeless video game adaptation.
This biopic doesn't come close to matching the impact of the titular album, but the material is so riveting that it's nearly enough.
Moments of this TV adaptation work, but its playful tone and aesthetics only carry the film so far.
Rosamund Pike stars as a rape survivor whose self-imposed therapy takes her - and the film - in an odd direction.
A man wakes up after being in a car accident, but he doesn't know who he is or much of anything else. Ironically forgettable.
A smart, subtle thriller that relies on crafty character development and will have viewers questioning their assumptions right up until the end.