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In large part, what made Joe and Andrew Russo’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier such a successful and somewhat transcendent superhero movie was that its going concern wasn’t a...
A lyrical ode to a First Nations tribe and the land they call home.
A spectacular coming-of-age adventure with digital artistry to die for.
A wrenching and intimate tale about the criticality of communication, and the collateral damage of deceit, in the wake of loss.
A well-oiled machine of a hangout movie from Richard Linklater.
A dazzling example of storytelling in its purest form.
As much as we cannot tell where the film is going, we cannot tell if it is going anywhere at all, or if it even needs to be.
Suspicion wreaks havoc on a woman's psyche in Asghar Farhadi's wonderful drama.
A late-bloomer romance with tremendous comedic and emotional range.
Acclaimed Thai filmmaker Apichatpong Weerasethakul's latest film is a mystifying and wondrous experience.
Kelly Reichardt's debut film, now re-released, is a definite building block for the auteur and an entertaining entry into 90s indie film.
Follows not one of its predecessor's footsteps, to great success. A high-intensity, streamlined, claustrophobic thriller.
Speed Sisters is everything we would enjoy in a fast-paced racing film, with the edge of a realistic political commentary and the introspection of a personal adventure.
Almost sexual in its slow build to climax, Eggers' period piece carefully illuminates the horrors of domestic mistrust and misogyny.
A group of banished priests have their idyllic golden years upended in this amazing Chilean drama.
'A Quiet Passion' envelops the senses in warm, gentle waves of cinematic opulence.
A visually sumptuous, frightening meditation on colonialism's violent stamping-out of indigenous culture.
With Isabelle Huppert, Mia Hansen-Løve has found a perfect collaborator.
A dark, wicked comedy about a man unable to get rid of his dead girlfriend.
The Coens impress again with this hilarious love letter to Old Hollywood.
A captivating film about faking the Apollo 11 mission filled with innovative tricks and provocative ideas.
Stark history and stunning imagery combine to form the backdrop for Radu Jude's gorgeous and raucous Romanian comic adventure.
The frailty of the human ego threatens to topple the might of a long marriage in this measured but mesmerizing love story.
Tarantino's darkest feature provides a vulgar sense of optimism underneath its unflinching cruelty.
A provocative, hypnotic film dealing with the plight of immigrants stuck in Europe.
An outstanding female lead and breathtaking visuals make this an essential installment in the ongoing 'Star Wars' saga.
Arabian Nights: Volume 2 - The Desolate One may just be the most haunting movement in Gomes' glorious, deeply melancholic, symphony.
Soulful storytelling and two breakthrough performances make this one an emotional powerhouse.
Miguel Gomes creates a work of surreal, humorous, and vigorously compelling cinematic art in Arabian Nights: Volume 1 - The Restless One.
A visual spectacle that is further proof of Luca Bigazzi being one of the finest working cinematographers in the business.
Mother nature takes center stage in this classical friendship tale from Pixar.
Talk about exceeding expectations. Is this the best 'Rocky' movie yet?
An exhilarating must-watch around the feminine experience of five fierce Turkish girls.
An electric newsroom drama sporting a stunning ensemble.
A spirited tribute to a legendary singer so full of love she can't hold it in.
Charles Schulz's classic combination of humor and pathos is still a winner, and Snoopy's still adorable.
An enchanting and moving story of cultural identity, romance, and life's most difficult choices.
Boasting lush visuals, a thrilling story, and an urgent message, Afia Nathaniel's assured debut is a remarkable experience.
Kaleidoscopic in a most humanitarian and intimate sense, Frederick Wiseman's 40th documentary is an observance of beauty in culture and everyday life.
An overwhelming, insane, and exhilarating ride no one will want to get off of.
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