"People, Places, Things" contains no insights into the human condition so profound as to warrant staking a claim on the world's nouns.
The movie resembles "Dogtooth" and another recent festival favorite, "The Tribe," in the way it plunges viewers into a circumscribed world that has its own warped moral code.
With its slippery, deftly woven narrative, Deraspe's doc could find an audience with the same viewers fascinated by "The Imposter" and "Catfish."
Keanu Reeves' whiny monologue comparing an act of infidelity to "free pizza" is a moment that seems destined for cult canonization.
This galvanic and compelling doc seems likely to reverberate in the public discourse and beyond.
With a solemnity belied by his last name, sometime-actor-producer-painter-sculptor Andrew Levitas makes a doggedly personal and downbeat directorial debut with "Lullaby."
Omid Nooshin's sturdy runaway-train thriller chugs up a decent amount of suspense.
Gina Carano plays a new bride looking for her kidnapped husband in this serviceable action vehicle.