Even beyond its handling of its autistic character, “Music” is a terribly constructed film.
Giddy on up with Cowboys and its unique take on the hallmarks of the Western genre.
This documentary series gives short thrift to its adolescent athletes, much to its own detriment.
Empathetic, well-crafted filmmaking makes this profile on the specificities of autistic life both heartwarming and essential in its outreach.
Ryan White’s documentary examines the two women who killed Kim Jong-un’s brother, and the complex web of lies and deceptions that got them to do it.
Despite Drew Barrymore’s efforts, But I’m a Cheerleader director Jamie Babbit delivers an out-of-touch showbiz satire.
Kathryn Bigelow’s directorial debut has its standout elements but is overall too detached for its own good.
A cross-country book tour is the backdrop for an engrossing doc about coping with the loss of a loved one.
delivers an emotionally engrossing directorial debut.
Director Felipe Mucci delivers a crime thriller that’s heavy on darkness but light on substance.
While effective at first, Khaled Ridgeway’s feature debut goes from dark comedy to conventional sappiness.
“Rough Night” meets a board game pitch gone awry in this memorable dark comedy.
Jonah Malek’s documentary proves captivating for divers and non-divers alike.
Justin Etheredge’s directorial debut Good is a flawed but frequently intriguing production.
Years before Spider-Man, Sam Raimi delivered a fully original and fully entertaining superhero tale with his 1990 effort.
Netflix’s newest reality show gets both turnt and insightful.
The reliable Fox sitcom reaffirms its best qualities in the first two episodes of its newest season.
Netflix creates a high-school musical about a ghostly boy band that plays all the wrong notes too obviously.