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.
As co-founder and former CEO of Focus Features, James Schamus was responsible for releasing some of the most elegant and stylish independent films of the past 15 years.
A fly-on-the-wall account of scandal-plagued former U.S. Congressman Anthony Weiner's failed 2013 bid to become mayor of New York City.
Tim Sutton's "Dark Night" is at once a glib play on words and a sobering rumination on the mindset of a suburban America simultaneously obsessed with and plagued by gun violence.
An alarming cautionary tale about how easy it is in the Internet age to ruin people's lives while hiding behind a cloak of anonymity.
Few contemporary filmmakers can do quite as much with quiet as Kelly Reichardt.
An environmental documentary that consists of roughly one-third doom-and-gloom to two-thirds wide-eyed optimism, and that is more potent in individual scenes than it is as a sprawling whole.