The buildup is electrifying, but plot construction is unusually slapdash in the second half.
The film is at its best when it’s playing with the contrasts of two dirt-covered Wild West men navigating an ever-civilizing world.
Trump-era horrors aside, the people's polemicist also wags a finger at non-voters.
The veteran actor brings award-worthy fire to her role as a woman too often cheated.
The world’s only road-show festival of amateur porn returns to the Rio Theatre.
Crazy evil? Crazy good!
Can a relationship be based on lies, lust, and apple strudel?
Every bad situation is escalated by weird behaviour, underlined by gloomy lighting and ominous medieval music.
England swings again in this terrifically entertaining doc.
Charm and a few edgy turns take the treacle out of this crowd-pleasing effort.
Three boys grow up before our very eyes in this intimate visual diary.
Moonlight meets Malick in this lyrical, low-budget character study.
In her searing new doc, Lauren Greenfield catalogues the gross excesses of a culture in serious decline.
Here, documentary realism gives way to a kind of unhurried spiritual reverie.
For those unfamiliar, gay-conversion therapy is the scientifically unfounded attempt to change a person’s sexual orientation.
Anxiety is ramped up knowing that Hungary has recently swung back toward the far right.
This personal history of the Sandinista revolution would probably please the US State Department.
Here's a refreshingly original take on boyhood and a few other overworked tropes.
The warped brain behind Mind Game returns with another intoxicating blow-out.
She's the den mother to a great cast in this loose-limbed indie flick.