Clinging to the iconic legacy of Milos Forman’s seminal masterpiece, this lurid and tonally incoherent adaptation feels more like bad fan fiction.
The slow burning narrative and unnerving violence will undoubtedly turn off many. But fans of multilayered murder ballads will be in heaven.
Smart, funny, exciting, and never condescending, ENOLA HOLMES announces the arrival of a new icon for young adventurers everywhere.
In trying to do a little of bit of everything at once, THE THIRD DAY is an admirable mess that stumbles in its own conventional and often dull storytelling.
It’s probably made with the best intentions, but COASTAL ELITES is a painfully condescending and smug attempt at boomersplaining politics to people.
Defying description at every turn, Charlie Kaufman’s latest film is a heart-wrenching, mind-bending, and brilliant film about yourself.
Delightfully funny and surprisingly touching. AN AMERICAN PICKLE won’t change the world with its droll humor and simple story, but it really doesn’t need to either.
LOVECRAFT COUNTRY is a destruction and celebration, a reinvention and throwback, and one of the smartest, most poetic and brilliant works of the past decade.
Important and inspiring, Marc Levin’s documentary couldn’t arrive at a more vital time than now.
Reminiscent of a young Steven Spielberg, Andrew Patterson has crafted a spellbinding love letter to radio and the wonder of the unknown.