I’m Fine (Thanks for Asking) makes the most of its micro-budget trappings to create a charming film that asks tough questions.
Kompromat hits all the marks of a competent film, but the uninspired telling of this true story tanks the movie’s potential for greatness.
January is a bit too vague with its themes to be a modern classic, but its striking imagery makes up for the lulls in pacing.
The Price We Pay is a self-aware, low-brow thriller that knows its audience and how to keep them entertained.
Catch Me If You Can is a late-career triumph from Steven Spielberg that also deserves to be considered as one of the most affecting Christmas movies.
Atsuko Ishizuka’s anime film Goodbye Don Glees! is a familiar coming-of-age story that succeeds best in its authentic moments.
Residents of Arcadia is a watchable yet uneven film about immigration and the internet that suffers under the weight of its disparate themes and ideas.
After She Died is a genuinely insane debut feature that doesn’t let its small budget get in the way of its big ambitions.
To the Moon is a competently made, if frustrating low-budget trip whose best ideas are never fully developed.
Hold Me Tight is an all at once engrossing, perplexing, and heart-rending story bolstered by impressive performances across the board.