CCE’s ‘A Murder Most Fowl’ was a parody of classic noir films that incorporated goofy, bird-themed humor.
Claire Denis offers a biting commentary on human connection by isolating relationships of the characters in ‘High Life’ in space.
First-time director Rashid Johnson’s ‘Native Son’ repackages the original 1940 novel for a modern world, perhaps to its disadvantage.
The star-studded ‘Triple Frontier’ makes a well-meaning attempt to be more than just another action movie.
‘Everybody Knows’ falls short of the rest of acclaimed Iranian director Asghar Farhadi’s films.
‘High Flying Bird’ focuses on the behind-the-scenes aspect of the game.
Astra Taylor’s ‘What is Democracy?’ ponders the failures of our economic and political systems.
Polar’s cheap attempts to shock and titillate with graphic imagery ultimately fail.
Joe Cornish’s ‘The Kid Who Would Be King’ modernizes the classic Legend of King Arthur but lacks creativity.
‘The Ballad of Buster Scruggs’ does an impressive job with aesthetics, casting, and plot.