Chloé Zhao presents another yearning, lyrical look at life on the margins, anchored by a profoundly moving Frances McDormand performance.
The queer-centered YouTube series gets compiled into a winsome feature that works best as a Queer Culture primer.
The extremely slow pacing of Tsai Ming-liang’s study in loneliness pays off with subtle tenderness.
Spike Lee captures all the vibrancy and social import of Byrne’s rightly-acclaimed Broadway show.
Mike Mossalam’s debut feature is a vibrant mosaic of Queer Arab Muslim-American life.
Philippe Lacôte directs a unique film about a young man who’s forced to tell stories to save his own life.
Resist with all your might the urge to watch this cheap, ugly “erotic horror” anthology just to see how bad it is.
David Fincher’s bleak, gruesome murder mystery packed a punch audiences have never forgotten.
Sam Pollard’s latest documentary is a dense look at Martin Luther King Jr. and the Hoover administration’s attempts to silence him.
Paul Verhoeven’s infamous 1995 satire isn’t Camp going by Susan Sontag’s definition, but it is one of the great American movies.
Cameron Crowe’s rock and roll dramedy may not be the most realistic tale, but it’s a keen mix of chaotic and crowd-pleasing.
True to its name, Song Fang’s low-key drama will soothe your nerves, but not much else.
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The Hunt’s Thomas Vinterberg and Mads Mikkelsen reteam for another thought-provoking drama.
Rodd Rathjen’s gripping debut turns from a portrait of Thailand’s exploitative fishing industry to a haunting coming of age story.
Netflix’s latest is a whimsical re-imagining of Sherlock Holmes buoyed only by Brown’s charming performance.
Alexandra Daddario stars in a decently-crafted, but deeply clumsy and blinkered, look at modern Japanese culture.
Antonio Campos sprawling, period-crime drama boasts an impressive cast centered around an unflinching Tom Holland performance.