In his underrated comedy thriller The King of Comedy, Martin Scorsese offers an astute commentary on celebrity culture.
Back on the big screen after 40 years, Bergman’s Fanny and Alexander will win your heart with its touching tale of grief and familial love.
Klondike offers an intimate look at the war on Donbas through the lens of a struggling Ukrainian couple.
Something You Said Last Night tackles the struggles of a millennial trans woman with a nuance and introspectiveness that many new adults will value.
I Used to Be Famous is an emotional rollercoaster, showcasing the restorative power of friendship and music through a story of forgotten fame.
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In Thor: Ragnarok, Kiwi director and MCU newcomer Taika Waititi breathes new life into the Norse God, resulting in one of Marvel’s best instalments to date.
David Lynch’s electrically charged, absurdist road movie is Wild at Heart and weird on top.
Antonio Campos’ new compelling HBO Max miniseries The Staircase provides further insight into one of America’s most perplexing true crime cases.