Richard Linklater’s “spiritual sequel” to The Last Detail is one of his most impressive achievements.
The actor/director’s 1981 rom-com is one of the best films ever made about jealousy and self-loathing.
This tricksy, time-looping caper acts as a telling metaphor for the repeated resurgence of its leading man, Tom Cruise.
László Nemes’ Oscar-winning drama recreates the shame and horror of the Holocaust to harrowing affect.
Sheriff Kurt Russell gets more than he bargained for in this horror-western hybrid from S Craig Zahler.
Tilda Swinton and Ralph Fiennes are in irresistible form in this heady romantic thriller from Luca Guadagnino.
The NWA story is told in the style of a luxe, classic-era studio biopic. And it's scintillating.