Beautiful, strange, and enrapturing, 2046 feels unlike anything else in Wong Kar-wai’s oeuvre, and yet utterly of a piece with his mesmerizing works.
Wong Kar-wai’s melancholy second feature hits harder in the face of current events.
Quentin Dupeiux’s convoluted dark comedy is both perplexing and entertaining.
Chan’s latest collaboration with Supercop director Stanley Tong is an airless bore.
Hell hath no fury like a feral woman scorned in Adolfo Alix Jr.’s beautiful but baffling revenge horror film.
Alice Furtado’s obsessive teen romance-horror is long on atmosphere, and lean on everything else.
Johannes Nyholm’s surreal horror endurance test traps a grieving couple in a nightmarish version of “Groundhog Day.”
Makoto Nagahisa’s wild video game flavored comedy about a group of jaded orphans is like nothing you’ve ever seen.