Technology at once helps and hinders the connection between two far-apart lovers in this sensitive, moving drama.
Husband-and-wife duo Lawrence Michael Levine and Sophia Takal play a hipster Nick and Nora Charles in this throwback to classic mysteries.
A breakout performance by Sarah Snook distinguishes this entrancingly strange science-fiction drama.
Daniel Stamm's thriller achieves a modest degree of tension and dark humor before it unravels.
Kristen Bell's whip-smart sleuth doesn't get a case worthy of her talents, but fans will nonetheless be gratified by writer-director Rob Thomas' long-overdue return to Neptune.
An unimpeachable choice for best picture, a diverse slate of winners and a refreshingly off-the-cuff host made this one of the more notable Oscarcasts in recent memory.
Themes of isolation and friendship play out in another fine crop of Academy-nominated toon shorts.
In the third of three spirited Oscar debates, Variety's critics favor three different films for best picture.
A stiff, earnest, clunkily edited feature-length account of Jesus' life culled from History's miniseries 'The Bible.'
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