Rocks presents teenage life in an honest way rarely captured onscreen.
Deepa Mehta's adaptation of Shyam Selvadurai's Funny Boy is a warm embrace of a movie.
Paul Bettany is disarming in Alan Ball's road trip period drama.
Lenin M. Sivam’s emotionally harrowing drama Roobha examines love, identity, and intolerance.
Henry Golding is beguiling in Khaou's 'Lilting' follow-up.
Tomas Street’s mystery-thriller Fugue is a cold-blooded crime flick.
Alex Thompson & Kelly O'Sullivan's film tackles familiar issues in a refreshingly original way, while invoking a lighthearted but compassionate vision of hope & healing.
The only surprise of A Rainy Day in New York is Woody Allen’s apparent uninterest in young people.
Riz Ahmed stars in a vibrant and complex exploration of identity.
Based on J.D. Vance's memoir by the same name, Ron Howard's 'Hillbilly Elegy' stars Glenn Close and Amy Adams.
Every year for nearly a decade it has felt like we are approaching the limit of Holiday cheer saturation. But then, just as the calendar turns a corner from October to November, we can see on the horizon that there are still some untread corners of humanity left to douse in merriment and spiced wine. […]
Margaret Thatcher and Princess Diana join Netflix's hit series.
Loren gives a performance of great maturity, depth, wisdom, and grace.
Music provides the spice of life in Sergio Navarretta's drama starring Louis Gossett, Jr.
Remi Weekes' horror-drama His House is a bold, provocative look at the plight of refugees through a supernatural lens.