The new film HAPPENING looks at reproductive rights by transporting us to the past, to 1960s France
Italian-American filmmakers Alessio Rigo de Righi and Matteo Zoppis explore the nature of storytelling in their latest work THE TALE OF KING CRAB, following the centuries-old tale of Luciano from lovelorn drunk to treasure seeker.
Director Robert Eggers successfully scales up his historical approach to filmmaking, giving us a larger cast and a grander story than he has before.
Apollo 10½ is an odd marriage of nostalgia and childhood fantasy, wrapped in a pleasant little time-capsule
Apollo 10½ is nostalgic and sweet, and an important addition to Richard Linklater’s body of work
Mysterious supernatural occurances punctuate this story of two sisters with clashing religious views
The French Dispatch: Wes Anderson’s literary ode to art and culture is a masterpiece, and his best film yet
The French Dispatch is a sophisticated celebration of culture and storytelling that demands repeat viewings
Lamb, the new film from A24, is shocking, eerie, thought-provoking, and yes, even cute.
The Mitchells vs The Machines feels a cut above most animated films because it’s absolutely overflowing with creativity
Together Together, starring Ed Helms and Patti Harrison, sets itself apart as one of the more memorable indies of the last few years
The Father plays out almost like a psychological thriller, but one filled with emotion and empathy
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