Zero Days is a film about a subject that will only matter more as the decades go on. In those years to come, hopefully someone will make a film worthy of the subject.
The Night Of breaks little new ground, but is a sturdy and enjoyable murder mystery in prestige TV dressing.
Despite compelling material, Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You is told in such an unwieldy fashion that the pieces never properly coalesce.
On 'Game of Thrones', the women are fed up with this nonsense and doing something about it.
'Right Now Wrong Then' is another quiet masterpiece from Hong Sang-soo.
In many ways, Nuts! resembles a joke with a extended set-up and relatively short punchline.
Tickled is a fascinating, shocking documentary that starts off amusing before venturing to darker places.
Josh Oakley takes you on a magical journey through fall's new TV shows!
Lady Dynamite breaks any norms left in the sitcom mold.
A psychedelic stew of erotica and body horror, Belladonna of Sadness arrives in the US more than three decades after it helped bankrupt Japanese production house Mushi Productions.
For as much as The Lobster is a film of contradictions, it is most deeply an exploration of the thin line between rebellion and uniformity.
Dheepan grows more trite the more cynical it becomes.