By Joe Boden
This visually arresting documentary asks why we climb, but doesn’t offer any satisfactory answers.
There’s magic in every single frame of writer/director Sean Baker’s spellbinding latest.
The potency of Agatha Christie’s 1934 novel shines through the glossy, high-camp screen adaptation.
Paul Schrader gets silly with a ’90s-inspired crime caper which prizes stoopid fun above all else.
This is familiar territory for Werner Herzog – a compelling crime drama and intriguing character study rolled into one.