An American Pickle is a solid effort that combines broad generational comedy with melancholic drama, bolstered by strong work from Seth Rogen.
She Dies Tomorrow lacks the thrills of conventional horror, but is more than thought-provoking enough to merit your time.
The Way Back is a winning character drama carried on the back of the best performance of Ben Affleck’s career.
The Hater bites off more than it can chew in attempting to tell one story that encompasses so many of the societal ills in Poland.
The Kissing Booth 2 is a marked improvement on its predecessor, but still remains a low stakes, disposable romantic comedy.
Radioactive, despite a game lead performance and some creative touches, is tragically held back by a didactic, lazy screenplay.
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The Outpost is a superbly crafted war film that shrewdly balances themes of effective leadership with harrowing battle scenes.
Fatal Affair is chaste thriller that fails to deliver the sort of lurid, trashy, entertainment the genre can deliver.
Rebuilding Paradise delivers a visceral cinema verité look at the wildfires that devastated a California town, and the town’s effort to rebuild.