"We are nothing more than the memories we keep," a character intones in "Rememory," a conceptually promising but heavily contrived psychological whodunit that viewers are unlikely to store for long…
Tired of being treated as indifferently and inhumanly as a family pet, an exhausted suburban wife and mother takes ownership of that status in the most drastic way imaginable — by assuming the…
There's an awful lot of ravishing beauty on display in "Where is Kyra?," Nigerian-born filmmaker Andrew Dosunmu's startling new visual ode to life on the New York fringes,
It's a myth of popular culture that J.D. Salinger hated the movies — that'd be conflating his personality with that of his most famous creation Holden Caulfield — but it's fair to say the reclusive…
"People never make films about ordinary people who don't really do anything," a young woman complains near the beginning of Alex Ross Perry's "Golden Exits," a dense, defiantly prickly film about…
A sporadically fascinating but airless adaptation of Jordan Harrison's Pulitzer-shortlisted study of family, memory and the artificial intelligence that binds them.
Frankie, the oh-so-beautiful, oh-so-confused teenage protagonist of "Beach Rats," isn't much for answering questions.
Australian director Cate Shortland's films trade in a kind of threatening beauty.
Isabelle Huppert, "Manchester by the Sea," "Moonlight" and "Love & Friendship" all take multiple honors at the London Critics' Circle Awards.
Sometimes a film is precisely no more and no less than the sum of its parts, and that's just fine.
In case it didn't court "Brokeback Mountain" comparisons directly enough with its tale of two young sheep farmers finding love in a hopeless place, "God's Own Country" seals the deal with one…