The lyrical reference slyly buried in the title of Joshua Marston's "Complete Unknown" suggests the film might be a response to the question posed by Bob Dylan: How does it feel to be like a rolling…
Ira Sachs' "Little Men" is a little movie brimming with little truths about modern life. It won't change the world, but it does understand it.
A quartet of Brahmin nerds on a Bangalore U. quiz team on an alcohol-soaked mid-1980s mission to lose their collective virginity.
It speaks to his ambition that the writer, director, producer and actor Nate Parker chose to title his slavery drama "The Birth of a Nation," though the film would be a significant achievement by any…
Hospital-room singalongs to the Indigo Girls, yellow cab rides from Manhattan to the Midwest, careers in canine couture — all inexplicable in any context but that of the Sundance family dramedy…
Shot and performed in a classical style, her tale of a middle-aged woman in post-war Serbia forced to face several unpleasant truths is brave on many levels, although some may perceive it as naïve or…
Conceived in the same delicate minor key as her earlier films ("In Between Days," "Treeless Mountain" and "For Ellen"), So Yong Kim's fourth feature dances nervously but gracefully around a love that…
A strenuously wacky helping of see-what-sticks juvenilia that finds the director continuing the "True North Trilogy" he began with 2013's rather more endurable "Tusk."
He's no Vincente Minnelli in the visual storytelling department, but no 21st-century filmmaker has a more intuitive understanding of movie-musical construction than Irishman John Carney.
This energetic exercise in forced badassery is too silly and self-conscious to feel genuinely edgy, despite all blood spilt and familiar taboos violated.
A hodgepodge of strong comic voices riffing their way through underdeveloped characters.