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Perfect performances and an excellently adapted script create a visceral emotional experience.
A stunning, unflinching examination of a child soldier's ascension to manhood.
A film that redefines purity on screen from one everlasting moment to the next.
Steve Jobs is an asshole until he isn't in Danny Boyle's dynamic depiction of the late Apple CEO's life.
Saoirse Ronan shines as a young Irish immigrant choosing between two lives and two loves.
A phantasmagorical epic so wild, so mad, so hilarious, it must be seen to be believed.
Todd Haynes' 1950s-set lesbian romance Carol is a touching display of forbidden love.
Science is our friend in this surprisingly optimistic inter-planetary dramedy.
Denis Villeneuve's Sicario is a volcanic drug-war thriller that impresses on every level.
This new documentary is all De Palma all the way, going deep into the legend's filmography with commentary from the man himself.
A wonderful, audacious film that challenges its audience, and serves as a brilliant debut for its lead actress and director.
Unexpected twists, empathetic characters, and an unshakable darkness, 'The Ones Below' is one of the most suspenseful films of the year.
This tender, decades-spanning film about one man's life and family takes an unstructured observational approach to wonderful heights.
A dazzling documentary on Aussie costumer Orry-Kelly which weaves his life story with a fascinating Hollywood history lesson.
Twin boys suspect their bandaged mother isn't who she says in this nerve-shredding horror.
A brutal, sickening and fantastic thriller that constantly subverts expectations.
Alison Brie and Jason Sudeikis try being "just friends" while navigating a mutual tendency to abuse sex in this hilariously fresh rom com.
A strong visual emphasis on the sensory experience and a gorgeous original score makes Blind pure cinema.
A stunning look at three different cities provides one dazzling visual after another.
'Je Suis Charlie' takes a difficult subject and handles it with sensitivity and grace.
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.
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