Gripping from beginning to end, a powerful and emotional exploration of the loss of hearing.
David Fincher’s latest is a technically superb, emotionally cold deep dive into the weeds of Hollywood history.
A bitter -but no less astute- observation of a family in crisis.
A jumbled mess of cliches and melodrama, painted only in the broadest of strokes.
Although not groundbreaking, The Life Ahead is a thoughtful drama, with a powerful and dignified performance by Sophia Loren.
François Ozon combines summer romance, teenage love story and coming of age in this beautiful film.
Someone, somewhere, might have done something different or interesting with an adaptation of Rebecca, but Netflix seemed to only want an HD remaster.
Pure Sorkin, for better and for worse, The Trial of the Chicago 7 is a solid, old-fashioned courtroom drama.
A delicate, if at times cold, character-driven tale of hardship and acceptance.
A rich, deep intellectual exercise, The Surrogate explores questions with no easy answers, and clocking in at a brisk 90 minutes, it doesn’t belabor its points or overstay its welcome.