While Vincent Must Die’s initial moments spark intrigue, its ideas feel better suited as a short film rather than a full-length feature.
Zachary Wigon’s latest film, Sanctuary, is a spicy psychological chess match between two stars in the making, Christopher Abbott and Margaret Qualley.
Peter Pan & Wendy is a beautiful adaptation of a classic story that blends the book’s mysticism with David Lowery’s knack for the eerie.
Personality Crisis: One Night Only is yet another fantastic rock concert doc by Martin Scorsese that explores the brilliance behind icon David Johansen.
Russell Crowe’s unintentionally campy performance isn’t enough to save The Pope’s Exorcist from its mediocre frights and copy n’ paste narrative.
Everyone is in on the joke in Quentin Dupieux’s latest work Smoking Causes Coughing, a film that laughs at the excessive amount of superhero content in today’s age.
Léa Mysius’ The Five Devils is an incandescent and stunning drama about broken hearts, with a fiery Adèle Exarchopoulos performance at its core.
Paris Memories (Revoir Paris) counts on good performances by Virginie Efira and Benoît Magimel. Still, director Alice Winocour ultimately seals the film in diluted and clichéd dramatic sensibilities.
The Properties of Metals concentrates on the fascinating collisions between hope and belief but doesn’t develop new dynamics on the topics it tackles.
Asaf Saban’s Delegation beautifully explores the lingering sadness of our psychological growing pains beneath the veil of poisoned happiness.