A thought-provoking parable on the rule of law, morality, and the fabric of society set in the desolate region of Northern China.
This delightful update of Marivaux’s 17th century comedy of manners will have a limited theatrical engagement in the U.S. on Bastille Day.
This first pre-purchased Korean nuclear disaster thriller film from Netflix will keep viewers on the edge of their seats.
This Netflix Original Korean sci-fi thriller borrows from ‘Inception’, but is missing one major component — writer/director Christopher Nolan.
The beautifully done family film treats the subject of autism deftly while also adding in a sweet touch of romance.
The A-List cast can’t rescue this wayward French comedy.
The new documentary ‘On the Map’ delves into how the 1977 Israeli basketball team awoke a nation.
Krzysztof Kieślowski’s ‘Dekalog’ is epic and moving, and still holds all of its original power, now in newly restored editions courtesy of Janus Films.
‘Fatima’ is a small but powerful film that’s apposite to the world’s issues in an immediate way.
Despite a couple of missteps, brooding Scandinavian horror film ‘Shelley’ signals a promising start for young director Ali Abassi.