M. Night Shyamalan's Split can easily find one divisive.
We Are the Flesh is either brilliant or self-indulgent. Or maybe it's both.
Assassin's Creed is deathly dull.
Sing is Ilumination Entertainment's high note.
Tower is a startling, vibrant, hauntingly-immediate animated docudrama that defies simple summation.
'Kate Plays Christine' is a sobering, morbidly fascinating look at humanity's compulsive desire to explore the disturbingly unknown.
Despite its stunning visuals, 'Allied' doesn't quite come together.
'Bad Santa 2' is a filthy, greasy lump of coal that's more naughty than nice.
'Trespass Against Us' is familiar and rooted in its ways, but its anchored dutifully by its central performances from Michael Fassbender and Brendan Gleeson.
'Always Shine' is a purposeful, near masterful thriller with agency and conviction.
A Song For You: The Austin City Limits Story isn't perfect, but it can groove.
With election 2016 underway, let's compare the parties through their controversial propaganda cinema: Hillary's America vs. Michael Moore in TrumpLand.