A documentary about skateboarders’ lives that leads back to their abusive upbringings.
Musician Ben Dickey and Alia Shawkat star in this fuzzy but moving biopic of Blaze Foley.
It has an irresistible premise: an increasingly intimate intercontinental relationship between a superfan’s idol and his own girlfriend.
It would make a great pick for a jailhouse movie night.
Josephine Decker’s film about a young girl playing a cat in an improvisational theater piece functions as a metaphor.
The filmmaker doesn’t do subtlety.
Jordana Spiro is a real filmmaker.
She fires off one-liner after one-liner, apparently indifferent to whether it lands or flies into the ether — there will always be another.
Including Annihilation, Black Panther, The Rider, and The Death of Stalin.
The dirt is what you come for in Matt Tyrnauer’s documentary profile of the “pimp to the stars.” But what you get is deeper and more mysterious.
With the structure of a classic mistaken-identity tale and the tone of a serial-killer film, it’s too bleak to laugh at and too absurd to cry over.
He heaves himself up a cliff after a helicopter crash that would have killed a lesser-paid actor.
Rachel Dretzin’s boundlessly empathetic film is based on Andrew Solomon’s stupendous 2012 book.
Gus Van Sant’s latest, co-starring Jonah Hill and Jack Black, tells the story of John Callahan, a quadriplegic cartoonist recovering from alcoholism.
The image of Gauguin the voluptuary might be a cliché, but Edouard Deluc has gone to the other extreme.
Dwayne Johnson and his trapezius muscles charm their way through his latest action movie.
Watching Burnham’s debut feature, you might realize what all great teenage coming-of-age stories have in common: unbearable levels of anxiety.
See Ant Man and the Wasp in 3-D for the full jack-in-the-box effect. Every gimmick helps.
It’s pretty good if you’re not averse to caricatures, predictable twists, and lots of familiar B-movie tropes.
The film, starring Jessica Chastain, ratchets down the messiness of the true story that inspired it.
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