We cannot escape the train wreck, so we might as well embrace it (with documentaries).
A smart, consistently engaging documentary. You’ll want to chat about it afterward.
It sounds bleak, but the film is optimistic about the power we wield as voters, so long as we remember our own voices.
There are no lectures. The film is about people in need, and the people who can and are trying to help them.
Richard Gere delivers a terrific performance in this bizarre, ultimately satisfying drama.
It’s about more than Baby Groot, obviously, but Baby Groot is just… the best.
A funny, subversive celebration of women behind the scenes of movies – in more ways than one.
Corruption is pervasive in this slow-burn Romanian drama.
Somehow, in a charming movie with both Chris Evans and Jenny Slate, the real star is a one-eyed cat.
It is a labor of love, but sometimes love is blinding.