TIFF 2017
Jessica Chastain aces another strong female role, but the rest of this strange historical Western can't get its story straight.
A soulful and sophisticated adult drama that peers into the void between the beauty of ideals and the cost of living by them.
If there were any justice in this sick sad world, Nicholson's performance here would earn her all the Oscars.
Deniz Gamze Ergüven's latest film is so determined to be hopeful that it forgets to be honest.
"Unicorn Store" also stars a memorable Samuel L. Jackson, but this is a millennial fairy tale that has no idea who it's actually for.
A harsh and largely unwelcome change of pace from Hirokazu Kore-eda, Japan’s greatest living humanist filmmaker.
A lavish but utterly lifeless period drama about the rivalry between two of America’s greatest geniuses.
If "The Act of Killing" were about a tennis coach instead of a genocidal maniac, it might look a little something like this.
Exhuming one of the most sordid cultural stories of the '90s, Margot Robbie lands the lead role of a lifetime.
The director of "Oslo, August 31st" returns with an ominous, unnerving, and strangely powerful thriller about the darkest of human desires.
LaBeouf is the saving grace of Janus Metz's relentlessly self-serious sports drama.
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