'The Handmaid's Tale' is a frighteningly relevant, emotionally arresting, and visually striking powerhouse.
Director Richard Kelly looks back at Donnie Darko as the film reaches its 15 year anniversary.
What The Zookeeper's Wife lacks in urgency, it makes up for in a polished, yet moving portrait of a heroine whose selflessness is the guiding force of the story.
Though Life certainly has its own share of flaws, its strengths make them almost forgivable, if not forgettable.
'Donald Cried' is an understated yet extremely enjoyable debut that is as funny as it is touching.
Contemporary Color is a psychedelic celebration of artistry in one of its least pretentious forms
'Gold' is a film that doesn't take itself seriously, nor does it expect its audience to.
Even if it drags a bit, 'Miss Sloane' is a film worth the attention, mostly because of Jessica Chastain
'It's Only the End of the World' is an often painful watch, and the gorgeous imagery infused in the middle of the chaos isn't enough to salvage the melodrama.
'I, Daniel Blake' is an extraordinary piece of commentary about ordinary people merely trying to survive their everyday lives.
Despite adopting a formula that may seem all too familiar and predictable, 'Lion' soars and somehow manages to feel special.
The compelling 'Loving' finds Jeff Nichols at at his most intimate yet, and that's saying something.