The Green Fog is a delirious homage to one of the most famous and most lauded films ever made: Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo.
A hypnotic new documentary on the singular American filmmaker, playing as part of the American Essentials Film Festival.
Passengers is a poorly written piece of CGI spectacle, swiftly sunk by its disturbing (and lazily handled) central ethical question.
Rogue One slots satisfyingly into the Star Wars canon, pushing the franchise in a slightly more edgy, contemporary direction without causing a disturbance in the Force.
THE FOUNDER might be a decade late to the cinematic fast food critique game, yet still has a surprising timeliness in its depiction of the McDonald’s empire.
Truth proves stranger than fiction in this North Korean tale of abduction, love, and stardom from directors Ross Adam and Robert Cannan.
Żuławski’s Cosmos is a metaphysical melodrama dense with references, and a suitably enigmatic swansong for the Polish auteur.
Laura Israel’s documentary coaxes legendary artist Robert Frank out from behind the camera, but the result is underdeveloped and unfocused.
KIKI is a vital, vivacious study of movers and shakers in NYC’s LGBTQ ballroom scene.
LO AND BEHOLD sees Werner Herzog tackling the Internet with his characteristic bravura and lyricism.