The Dancer examines the realities of female success in a male society, how talent and hard work are met with belittlement, dismissal and outright assault.
The Survivor’s Guide to Prison builds to the conclusion that justice in the United States is fundamentally broken.
Game Night is the rare studio comedy that keeps your interest even when the jokes aren’t landing.
Written and directed by star Heather Graham, Half Magic avoids familiar clichés for a more thoughtful examination of workplace inequality and women’s insecurities.
Lady Bird’s story is so familiar, so authentic that it has something that’ll resonate with everyone. We’ve all clashed with our parents; we’ve all had romantic misadventures best forgotten; we’ve all felt stifled by our home town.
Black Panther is a kind of inversion of the typical Marvel film; what works here is what doesn’t work about most of its compatriots and – sadly – vice versa.
We’ve all been to a concert that just felt … sad.
Meal Tickets distils that feeling into an uncomfortable 93-minute documentary.
Ali’s Wedding is a delight.
Gate is an incredibly jarring anime experience.
Den of Thieves drains itself of any drop of sympathetic humanity to leave a crude beast impressive and intimidating in its muscularity.