'Call Me By Your Name' is an immersive, delightfully unrepentant dive into sexual fulfillment and burgeoning identities.
Dee Rees’ Mudbound is a polished, profound work that unfurls an epic without becoming redundant or tired.
'Wind River' is a riveting glimpse into lives of simmering anguish.
Sundance starts this week! Here are some films to look out for.
'Bleed for This' is a bland and benign contribution to the boxing genre.
'The Eagle Huntress' sweeps you up in the rapturous beauty of the untamed wilderness.
Barry Jenkins' astonishing 'Moonlight' enlightens, delights and fortifies its audience.
My Blind Brother is a brisk, oddball romance with a handful of memorable tag-along characters that provide some solid laughs.
Pleasant on nearly every level but a bit muddled in execution, it’s hard to level heavy complaints at 'La La Land'
'Moonlight' enlightens, delights and fortifies the moviegoer with its performances and intricate people who fly well below the radar but perfectly encapsulate America's spirit.
Denis Villeneuve’s Arrival revels in the wonder of the unknown and taps into the potential of cinema to provoke contemplation about the state of how we treat one another.
Neither Heaven nor Earth promises provocative mystery to its audience but presents only a half-drawn hyper masculinity that doesn’t pay off