By turns utterly fascinating and grindingly dull.
Tale of a cabbie and a good-time girl caught up in a gang war starts out steady but quickly accelerates.
Documaker Frederick Wiseman turns his steady gaze on the titular Gallic dance company.
An agoraphobe remembers the trip around Europe with his friend that sent him over the edge.
'Silent Voices' unfolds the backstories of people visiting a Provencal prison on a particular day.
A luminous and treasurable pic, despite its imperfections.
Manages to wrench emotion via slow-burn buildup and strong perfs, particularly from Beatrice Dalle.
Represents a messy, tawdry blend of documaking and fiction, all set in and around the city of Naples.
A spoiled heiress goes into the repossession biz and stumbles onto anti-golf vegan terrorists in helmer Alex Cox's goofy comedy.
This time, it's not only the zombies who look a mess.
By returning to his roots, professional gadfly Michael Moore turns in one of his best films to date.