M. Night Shyamalan's Split can easily find one divisive.
'The Founder' has the same filler as every bio-pic about a complicated man, but Michael Keaton relishes, pun-intended, every opportunity to steal the show.
I Am Not Your Negro powerfully brings the words of James Baldwin to the modern day.
We Are the Flesh is either brilliant or self-indulgent. Or maybe it's both.
'Live by Night' is that rare thing- a passion project that feels entirely drained of passion.
At long last, someone has combined H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos with the Transformers franchise. The result is Monster Trucks!
You will be in awe of Martin Scorsese's 'Silence'
'Arsenal' features one of Nicolas Cage's strangest performances, and that's saying something.
A Monster Calls will make you shed a tear or two, but you'll forget about it after you leave the theater.
Though overstuffed, '20th Century Women' creates a microscope slide of a time and place not unlike our own.
Jim Jarmusch's 'Paterson' is a uniquely human film.
'Toni Erdmann' is a thing of rare beauty.