This comedy/horror that borrows liberally from ‘The Exorcist’ has new cult favorite written all over it.
Werner Herzog’s thriller about the Bolivian salt flats comes up flat as the terrain it’s set in.
The beautifully done family film treats the subject of autism deftly while also adding in a sweet touch of romance.
This latest Netflix Original film poses big philosophical questions about the meaning of life and what comes after, but it doesn’t quite live up to its well-meaning goals.
The A-List cast can’t rescue this wayward French comedy.
The highly anticipated live-action adaptation of this anime classic is finally here, but the film’s reliance on visual effects misses the anime’s philosophical questioning and therefore somewhat disappoints.
This Sundance entry’s strong cast of female leads can’t save its attempts at recreating B-horror of yesteryear from falling flat.
This Aussie dramedy brilliantly exposes small town peccadilloes when a successful dressmaker played by Kate Winslet rolls back into town.
This Joyce Carol Oates story is spun into a gritty and graphic crime thriller anchored by solid performances by veterans Nicolas Cage and Don Johnson.
This chilling neo-noir embeds a story within a story for a gripping multilayered crime thriller.