Few films arrive with such high expectations as "Mad Max: Fury Road." Even fewer exceed them.
Few films can start with a teenage girl boasting "I just had sex" and get away with it. But "Diary of a Teenage Girl" is no run-of-the-mill coming-of-age tale.
"No Escape" is a clumsy but effective thriller that treats its Asian antagonists as faceless, disposable bogeymen.
The second collaboration between star/writer Greta Gerwig and director Noah Baumbach is an exponentially more mature and revealing look at young womanhood.
An insightful, affecting portrait of a misunderstood comedy giant who left us too soon.
Jesse Eisenberg makes a credibly, and unexpectedly, badass action hero. But "American Ultra" tops out at modest velocity straight down the middle of the road.
This portrait of two men on the road is simultaneously a great character study and possibly the best portrait of writers I’ve ever seen.
Often described as one of the most beautiful films ever made, though I couldn't completely forgive "Walkabout" for violating its own emotional integrity.