A decade after a criminally underseen debut, Roman Coppola returns to consider the collision of professional and personal life for an artist and becomes a little too carried away with his flights of fancy.
Indulging in (slightly) more cinematic flourishes than in their previous work, the Dardenne brothers' latest is a hard-earned fairy tale about a young boy at a crossroads when abandoned by his father.
The "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" director once again creates an entire world out of a small, confined space in this bold, slightly sweet and nostalgic high school drama that takes place entirely on a Brooklyn bus.
A look at the collapse of a Wall Street brokerage from within, J.C. Chandor's directorial debut employs a strong ensemble cast to spin the dour financial crisis into a timely thriller.
Picked up by Lionsgate and winner of multiple trophies at Fantastic Fest, "A Horrible Way to Die" director Adam Wingard's latest film about a home invasion gone horribly awry lives up to the hype and then some.
A brilliantly executed but emotionally distant story of one of Australia's most notorious serial killers.
The title of his latest film may be the most sexually provocative yet, but it's a sense of restraint that benefits Joe Swanberg's latest (with co-director Adam Wingard) most.
Simply putting this meticulous mystery with an unusual third act twist seemed like doing it a disservice, but our original review explains why it's well worth catching now it's on DVD and Netflix Watch Instantly.
After his own spiritual journey left him a disbeliever, a filmmaker's quest to prove religion is an illusion needs to be seen to be believed.
Soon to be made into the Vince Vaughn comedy "The Delivery Man," the original Canadian flick about a man who learns he's fathered 533 children through sperm bank donations pays off in plenty of ways.
The director may not need to make that "Man From U.N.C.L.E." film after conquering the spy genre already with this entertaining action flick built around the female MMA star.
The directorial debut of the producer behind indie favorites "The Myth of the American Sleepover" and "The Freebie" proves to be every bit as accomplished in following a couple who have a harder time navigating their relationship than the wilderness.