Ti West's largely terrific sixth feature investigates unseemly goings-on at a rural Christian commune.
Xavier Dolan's kinky queer noir is his most accomplished, enjoyable and commercially viable work to date.
Alexandros Avranas' airless but accomplished sophomore feature is another one of the new Greek cinema's nightmare narratives.
Lukas Moodysson makes a sweet, spirited return to form with this utterly delightful evocation of early teenage life.
Neither as striking nor as scary as its predecessor, Greg McLean's robustly crafted sequel is still quite a ride.
Justin Edgar's third feature is amusing, appealingly performed and sensibly brief.
Andrew Douglas' fact-based account of teen violence is salaciously watchable but finally hokey.
A coolly composed, quietly impressive character study anchored by Aidan Gillen's tremendous performance as a disconsolate family man.
A trifling comedy about writer's block that aims for a blend of Richard Curtis-style cheeriness and arch literary satire.
This good, middlebrow adaptation of John Banville's Booker Prize-novel sacrifices structural intricacy for Masterpiece-style emotional accessibility.
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures