I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore, from Blue Ruin's star Macon Blair, has no control of tone or sense of structure.
What makes Jordan Peele’s Get Out so engaging, frightening and hysterical is that he knows exactly when to play the material straight.
'My Life As A Zucchini' features a simple lesson, beautifully told in a form deserving of its minor renaissance.
Big Little Lies has a familiar story, but a unique perspective and a string of brilliant performances.
A Cure for Wellness is tonally confounding, but buoyed by moments of aesthetic bliss.
XX nobly features a line-up of female directors, but only half of them create a short worth seeing.
Fifty Shades Darker is a gaudy, inept bore that is hilariously devoid of lasting conflict.
I Am Not Your Negro powerfully brings the words of James Baldwin to the modern day.
'Santa Clarita Diet' has a fresh spin on the zombie subgenre, and manages to be an even rarer breed: a great plot-based comedy.
'Powerless' presents a sunnier DC universe, but the characters and the jokes aren't quite there yet.
Riverdale can't find room for Archie and the gang in the teen drama world because the foundation of that world was about subverting Archie.
The Salesman is a rare misfire from Iranian master of melodrama Asghar Farhadi.