"Lucky" is a word that crops up repeatedly in an interview with Paul Greengrass. More than once, the 58-year-old Briton interrupts his own train of thought to express his general gratitude for the…
Viewers may be left uncertain how seriously to take this aggressively directed film, which, for all its black-comic stylings, deals in few laughing matters.
Jon S. Baird's needfully messy adaptation of "Trainspotting" author Irvine Welsh's 1998 bestseller is a bracingly abrasive trip that will leave audiences craving a hot shower afterward.
A not-quite-horror film, Eugenio Mira's appealingly absurd thriller sets out to tickle viewers rather than terrorize them.
Daniel Patrick Carbone's hushed but assured debut feature is a richly lensed mood piece about two brothers haunted by the strange passing of a friend.
Doug Hamilton's engaging backstage doc offers a straightforward account of "American Idiot's" journey to the Great White Way.
Robin Campillo's fascinating sophomore feature is by turns a frightening home-invasion drama, a tender love story and a tense hide-and-seek thriller.
Biyi Bandele's attractive adaptation of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's bestseller is a diverting but surface-level saga that, true to its title, feels less than whole.
Kids and adults mature enough to handle mild animal peril will be duly enchanted by this plucky primate tale.
Tsai Ming-liang's family portrait will be adored by his hardcore devotees and precisely no one else.