We don't get many films like Lars Von Trier's The House That Jack Built, and while it may be insufferable to some, it's sure to be one of the more affecting and memorable films audiences are going to see for a long time.
In Order of Disappearance is a winding, violent thriller that revels in its Norwegian landscape and indulges in the vengeful mentality of its characters.
An in-depth conversation with writer/ director Atom Egoyan on the storied career that led to his latest film, Remember.
It’s hard to think of a film that will be more openly divisive between critics, and yet no one in the general public would see or even necessarily enjoy all that much than Ridley Scott and Cormac McCarthy's The Counselor. I have no idea who this movie is aimed at pleasing or entertaining outside of McCarthy himself, but I’m kind of glad it exists. I think.