Director Bent Hamer squeezes all of the existential humor he can out of the most comically mundane premise on earth.
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Alex of Venice takes a surefooted walk down the middle of the road.
About Elly is a breath of fresh air from the world of director Asghar Farhadi.
Ned Rifle has plenty of semi-deadpan quirkiness; religious figures; dry delivery from the actors; well choreographed movements; and a finale that leaves it up to the viewers to decide if characters are redeemed.
Abel Ferrara's Welcome to New York is an intense exploration of privilege & greed.
Jauja is a slow burn, with Viggo Mortensen playing his most mysterious role to date.
Mike Tyson, Evander Holyfield, & Bernard Hopkins are the subjects of Bert Marcus' intimate boxing documentary.
October Gale falls somewhere between a painfully forgettable movie that you’d stream on Netflix and a lifetime movie with established actors.
Lawrence Levine's murder mystery captures the genuine feeling of 20 something's living in New York City with comedic precision.
A review of Spike Lee's Vimeo vampire film Da Sweet Blood of Jesus.
There are worse movies you could watch this Valentine's Day than Matt Leblanc's Lovesick.