'It's Only the End of the World' is an often painful watch, and the gorgeous imagery infused in the middle of the chaos isn't enough to salvage the melodrama.
'I, Daniel Blake' is an extraordinary piece of commentary about ordinary people merely trying to survive their everyday lives.
Despite adopting a formula that may seem all too familiar and predictable, 'Lion' soars and somehow manages to feel special.
The compelling 'Loving' finds Jeff Nichols at at his most intimate yet, and that's saying something.
'Ordinary World' ultimately feels uninspired and stuck in the middle, with a lot of heart but zero ambition.
'The 9th Life of Louis Drax' can almost be admired for its ambitiousness, yet fails due to its absolute inauthenticity.
Before you see one of him in 'Star Trek Beyond' this weekend, we've compiled seven of the late Anton Yelchin's most memorable performances that you simply must see.