Yaelle Kayam's Mountain is a personal, honest portrait of the limits of orthodox religion, but the film rarely shows greatness, just intermittent flairs of lofty themes.
This year was short on big centerpiece studio films, but we were instead treated to a plethora of smaller, ambitious films that offered enormous ideas, emotions, and sheer beauty. Here is our official list of the best films of 2015!
Order a Woodford and roll the dice on this blu-ray release from Lionsgate Home Entertainment.
We highlight ten films that deserved much more praise than they received in 2015
The votes have been tallied and the best films of 2015 have been named - here are the individual staff ballots that went brought that list to life.
Body is a tightly plotted, deceptive little thriller bolstered by three wonderful lead performances.
Ash vs Evil Dead's penultimate episode will make you ask questions, but hey, they'll answer some next week. Probably.
Charlie Kaufman's latest film 'Anomalisa' is a poignant carousel of emotions, not all of them pleasant, brought to life by the most animated puppets you've ever seen on screen.
Benedict Cumberbatch + goatee = Doctor Strange
Bill Condon's slight but warm take on Sherlock Holmes hits blu-ray from Lionsgate Home Entertainment.
A young man reaches out to his estranged father and asks for a very big favor in 'A Reasonable Request' - Our Vimeo Short Film Of The Week.
CutPrintFilm is getting into the holiday spirit by getting some sleep.