Mohammad Rasoulof’s anthology is a provocative look at capital punishment in Iran, even if it’s drawn out for […]
Though pretentious at times, the 2009 drama comes from a fresh new perspective of the filmmaker.
This Brian Tyree Henry vehicle gets a lot of mileage out of being cozy and casual.
More than just an “important” show, Steven Canals’ pioneering queer series backs up its import with heart and style.
One of Coppola’s most beloved films is a gentle look at teenage boys struggling in a world that has it out for them.
Perhaps the lowest point in Coppola’s filmography doesn’t get any better upon rewatch decades later.
Despite a complex, engaging performance from Kate Winslet, the HBO Max limited series about yet another murder in yet another small town doesn’t try anything new.
The AMC+ drama brings class & style, but nothing else new or interesting in the genre.
One of Francis Ford Coppola’s most underrated films is a moving look at the legacy of violence & what it means to be a “leader.”
The Disney+ original has tired jokes and an even more forgettable performance from John Stamos.
Charlène Favier‘s debut feature is every bit as fearless as its female protagonist trains to be.
Coppola’s dual masterpieces remain the blueprints for epic tales of power & destiny.
Sandwiched between Godfathers I & II, the paranoid thriller features Francis Ford Coppola in his greatest collaboration.
Marlon Brando’s sole directorial credit is a messy but fascinating combination of Western and Freudian drama.
The underrated teen comedy-drama about a lonely, lovelorn nerd turns 35 this year.
Wong Kar-wai is economical with dialogue in this 1995 feature, relying on atmosphere & physicality to tell a complete story.
Wong Kar-wai’s melancholy second feature hits harder in the face of current events.
Natalie Morales directs herself and Mark Duplass in a tender look at the bonds we form to save ourselves in a hard world.