A martial arts Bollywood romance action musical travel comedy extravaganza: there’s something here for everyone, and all of it in excess.
A surprisingly effective emotional backbone elevates The Dig above the academic retelling of its real-life story.
A very straight-up theater adaptation, but with top-notch directing, writing and acting.
The first half suggested a better paced and more interesting film, but the rest weighs it down too much. Wonderful title, though.
The story of a Japanese journalist in Uzbekistan, this movie is not perfect, but it’s doing something different.
Sylvie’s Love is a beautiful love story, and while it may not break any molds, sometimes it’s worth it just to see skilled storytellers at work.
A clever, emotional thriller with an excellent central performance by Rachel Brosnahan.
Mixing several genres, White Lie works best as a duel between a young woman and a lie she can no longer control.
Mads Mikkelsen regales us with a masterful performance in an observant psychological drama about a high school teacher dealing with an existential crisis.
Made with largely improvised dialogue, this film could have been gimmicky, but turns out to be a subdued drama about broken friendships.