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 movie 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.
Servants is an unforgettably chilling art thriller with some of the most striking images in recent cinema history.
West Side Story (1961) still dazzles fifty years later thanks to its raw performances, timeless themes, and catchy melodies.
Do Not Hesitate tackles many themes often seen in the war genre, but an arresting lead performance and assured direction allow it to stand out.
Glob Lessons is a heartfelt and often hilarious dry comedy with compelling characters that makes the most of its simple premise.
Panic is a watchable but painfully average series that relies heavily on clichés and fails to deliver on the possibilities of its premise.