Vivarium

One of the most challenging parts of adult life is finding the perfect home. Houses are very expensive, and finding one that suits your needs can be even harder. Whether [...]

Corpus Christi

Polish filmmaker Jan Komasa's "Corpus Christi" is an engaging film about an enigmatic convict named Daniel (Bartosz Bielenia), haunted by internal conflict and past trauma and the shadow of his [...]

The Hunt

Back in August, Blumhouse pulled the plug on its newest film The Hunt, a thriller about a human hunting expedition loosely based on the famous 1924 short story “The Most [...]

The Jesus Rolls

The Coen Brothers' hilarious 1998 cult classic about mistaken identity and deceit, "The Big Lebowski", is given a loose updating and spin-off with "The Jesus Rolls", a frenzied, unremarkable remake [...]

Onward

Pixar’s latest film symbolically ushers in a new era for the iconic studio. Their first 11 films from the first Toy Story to the third are sort of the Classic [...]

The Way Back

Director Gavin O'Connor has been one of the most consistent humanist filmmakers in mainstream cinema for well over a decade. Known for acclaimed dramas such as 2004's "Miracle" and 2011's [...]

Greed

Michael Winterbottom's latest film, "Greed" is his most overtly political comedy, a outraged satire on inequality that wears its political agenda on its sleeves but doesn't engage well on a [...]