After a slow beginning, Ford v Ferrari turns into a competent sports drama.
Werner Herzog’s latest is a peculiar dance between reality and fiction.
Driveways is not a movie for high drama or transcendental revelations, but it’s a touching slice of life built with naturalistic writing and performances.
Here is a thoughtful, peculiar story, about two friends and a house, and the deep ties between them.
How rare a pleasure, to see a director so confidently in command of his craft, with a cast so in sync with a common vision.
Shirley is an odd film, a study of repressed resentment more than a biopic, and it is all the more compelling because of it.
An odd, quiet film that is content existing in a feeling, in a moment, centered on a great performance by Kristen Stewart.
All Day and a Night is less than the sum of its parts, a collection of tropes held together by clichés.
Three independent stories, told with a style so sober that it sometimes feels cold.
Transit builds a tense fraught atmosphere, although it feels like a halfway adaptation, trying to modernize its story without committing to it.