Noelle has more going for it than just being one of the easiest ways for Disney+ to make a good first impression.
A nonfiction film about the first moon mission, showcasing never-before-seen images, put together with an exquisite sense of craft.
Because all the characters except Greta are rather thinly drawn (including Frances, a distressed ingenue that not even Moretz can save), they might feel a touch mechanical if Huppert weren't in there, pirouetting her way through the script.
In his latest video essay about maligned masterpieces, Scout Tafoya celebrates Lars von Trier's most recent film.
A coming-of-age drama, a horror movie, and a "hero's journey" film, all rolled into one.
You can tell by how Barry Jenkins photographs faces that he loves people.
More a black comedy than a traditional revenge thriller, Cold Pursuit is a fragmented but intermittently fascinating film that feels like a commentary on the genre.
Scout Tafoya celebrates "Sweet Movie" in his latest video essay about maligned masterpieces.
Utter madness, and not in a bad way.
Another free-associative cinematic meditation on language, the image, and extinction, by a master of the form.
A classic gangster picture, directed by and starring two masters of the form.