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This tense psychological dystopian thriller doesn't have your average 'Hunger Games' love triangle.
History meets destiny in this beautifully crafted South Korean period tale of love, honor, betrayal, and vengeance.
Elisabeth Moss mesmerizes as a woman slowly descending into madness while her best friend quietly looks on.
An old-fashioned comedy about Generation Y wanderers.
The perfect vehicle for Lily Tomlin to prove her comedic prowess and how it's only improved with age.
A gripping, hilarious portrait of female adolescence that's devoted to truth, not morality.
Succeeds in capturing the male bond and its significance in manhood.
Exceeding expectations, Edgerton's directorial debut engages the mind as it makes your skin crawl.
This documentary about the founder of Greenpeace is both nostalgic and moving.
The most purely cinematic movie of the summer is also cute as a button and endlessly entertaining.
A bleak, impressive directorial debut whose dreariness is matched with a haunting, poetic beauty.
A chilling, uncomfortable film about dredging up the past that's as excruciating to watch as its predecessor.
This intense Texas thriller, with its core theme rooted deeply in desperation, is slow to burn, but impossible to look away from once it catches fire.
A hypnotic film that turns the documentary format into an oral autobiographical post-mortem on the life of one of Hollywood's greatest actors.
A Holocaust survivor with a reconstructed face must confront the husband who may have handed her to the Nazis in this haunting postwar drama.
A teacher and her student help each other navigate the challenges of their respective pregnancies in this terrific comedy/drama.
McKellen's Sherlock Holmes is arguably the best of the modern era.
A corrupt cop gets his comeuppance in this deranged and devilishly funny thrill ride from South Korean director Kim Seong-hun.
A complex, towering portrait of two men raging against lawless terror and the imposing system they are trapped within.
A highly entertaining documentary about an unmade version of Superman highlights the problems with today's comic book adaptations.
An emotionally powerful look into long distance relationships that few are able to capture.
A biting view of Amy Winehouse's talents and demise is both broad and personal and altogether stirring.
An atmospheric coming-of-age film showing the heartbreak of young love and the importance of self-discovery with striking cinematography and strong performances.
An Arab teen attending an Israeli school finds love and battles bigotry as he searches for himself in this glorious drama.
Aggressively upbeat, Forbes' filmic tribute to her late, manic-depressive father is high-caliber entertainment.
Famuyiwa's unpredictable coming-of-age comedy is, in fact, insanely dope.
Pixar's latest animated adventure is their weirdest, most universal picture yet.
Four high school friends spend a night together in this true-to-life depiction of teenagers on the cusp.
This quick-witted comedic update on Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn would make Mark Twain proud.
The secret to happiness lies in one man's closet in this charming comedic fantasy from Oliver Thompson.
A dark, honest look at the life of homeless, without being preachy. Homeless is an incredible feature debut from Clay Riley Hassler.
Pohlad's Brian Wilson biopic sidesteps cliché, telling a stereophonic story of heroes and villains.
A visual spectacle of a film that is further proof of Luca Bigazzi being one of the finest working cinematographers in the business.
An acerbic punch to the gut and a treasure chest for the philosophically inclined. The work of an auteur on top of his game.
A reluctant man-child learns to try again in this subtle, aptly realized film about love and loss.
Grimy and well-performed, this seedy tale of one man's road to redemption showcases Sam Trammell's abilities.
A post-apocalyptic world ups the emotional tension in this tale of siblings searching for their family.
A deeply dark and devastating experience, Son of Saul is one of the best directorial debuts in years.
An explosive, shocking, and truly visceral hyper-violent thriller about a delusional anti-hero.
Fans of French cinema, coming-of-age stories, and kindhearted romantic comedies are sure to find plenty to enjoy with Love at First Fight.
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