Two men return from war only to be confronted by racism in Dee Rees’ vital and sprawling American epic.
By Adam Nayman
Ang Lee takes American exceptionalism to task in this hyper-real spectacle.
Oscar Isaac turns villain in this enjoyably moody thriller from director writer/director William Monahan.
Cultural appropriation abound in Joe Wright’s iffy prequel to JM Barrie’s beloved children’s novel.
Walter Salles’ reverent adaptation of this American classic strikes a discordant note.