A bright high schooler rages against his single mom in thesper Xavier Dolan's amusing but undisciplined directorial debut.
To cope with his midlife crisis, a gay middle-aged tractor salesman tries batting for the other team in this thoroughly entertaining character comedy.
The 77-minute film is plenty arty and only arguably constructive in its tasteful fictionalization of a violent tragedy.
A quirky film noir cum dark comedy featuring a washed-up wrestler, his hoodwinking manager and a forlorn South American town circa 1961.
A zits-and-all portrait of the weird, wild and incredibly awkward time of adolescence.
The film's classy, perceptive treatment of potentially maudlin material merits wide arthouse attention.
A visually imposing epic that ambitiously puts a pivotal moment in Western history onscreen.
Director Ken Loach and writer Paul Laverty's ninth feature together is a curious hybrid.