If you tossed aside all of this movie’s f-words, Crisis’ cautionary message could have cruised into PG-13 territory.
The Mauritanian is a dramatic story of U.S. governmental overreach, a tale of abuse and injustice.
With f-words hitting triple digits, the brutal, incessant vulgarity here is the real deal-killer along the Silk Road.
Both lyrical and earthy, Nomadland strikes a chord, forcing audiences to consider what they value … and what they should.
Minari is deeply rooted in the earth, a wellspring of both hope and pain, of boundless promise and terrifying disaster.
A thoughtful cinematic journey of recovery for some, but a potentially dark road for others.
The Father, of course, is a very sad movie, one that mercilessly marches through the realities of fading by inches.
Supernova has many a problem, but its core strength is that it poignantly tells us something we already know: It’s …
The Little Things needed to pay better attention to some big things.
Our Friend is hard to watch. It deals with aspects of a dying woman’s cancer with painful candor.