Miike Takashi’s 100th film is a blood-soaked modern chambara that should satisfy his fans and fans of the genre with its relentless action and the heart at its core.
Anastasia and Christian finally tie the matrimonial knot but still find their relationship threatened in this final installment of the ‘Fifty Shades’ erotic film franchise, which ends not with a bang but with a whimper.
A riveting political thriller with a heavyweight cast and superb direction that tells the true story of the Pentagon Papers, starring Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, and directed by Steven Spielberg.
A somewhat disappointing big screen farewell for the veteran actor Daniel Day-Lewis from writer/director Paul Thomas Anderson.
Rape, murder, and indifferent law enforcement sound like they make a great film on paper, but ‘Three Billboards’ ultimately succumbs to a less than stellar script and lackluster direction.
The Shape of Water is a modern masterpiece; an unlikely love story that is rewarded with an outstanding script, direction, cast, and cinematography — and it is heart-warming to boot.
A ten episode anthology series based on the Philip K. Dick sci-fi archive that challenges the distinctions between fantasy and reality, supported by excellent casts, direction, and scripts.
A well-done historical drama that depicts the first month of the Churchill administration including the epic evacuation of British troops from Dunkirk. Gary Oldman took home the Golden Globe for Best Actor for his role.
a stunning sequel from director Denis Villeneuve that is both reverential to the original and innovative and stands as a strong film in its own right.
A brilliant, 1980s set update to the classic Stephen King novel by director Andy Muschietti.