One never senses judgment from Dano, Kazan, Gyllenhaal, or Mulligan—they recognize that there’s beauty even in the mistakes we make in life. It’s what makes…
Not quite as radical a departure as was promised, but lots of fun.
The latest in our monthly series looks at Walter Hill's controversial thriller.
An involving and often wrenching drama about Iraq War veterans adapting to civilian life.
A disturbing but ultimately hopeful portrait of individuals who have left a tightly knit religious community.
"Marshall" turns into a mismatched buddy film, of a kind that we’ve never seen before.
A great documentary about a profound and mysterious artist.
A teenage boy and his outdoorsman father go on a harrowing adventure in the woods; life lessons ensue.
The newest chapter of our video series takes a look at one of Tobe Hooper's underrated gems.
A frustratingly not-terrible remake of a thriller that was not all there to begin with.
It’s the humblest deep movie of recent years, a work in the same vein as American marginalia like Stranger Than Paradise and Trees Lounge, but with its own rhythm and color, its own emotional temperature, its own reasons for revealing and concealing things.