Jeremy LaLonde’s tale of relationships is understated but shouldn’t be underestimated.
Seligman’s picture feels less like a comedy-drama and more like a Jewish version of mother!
Clever directing and another strong performance from Ahmed make this is a great film experience.
Powerhouse performances from Olivia Colman and Anthony Hopkins drive this authentic portrayal of dementia.
Emerald Fennell and Carey Mulligan offer a tale that may change the way we think about predators.
In our isolated world, David Lean’s classic seems more relevant than ever.
The Safdie brothers’ labour of love is an ode to great filmmaking of the past.
Shia LaBeouf’s semi-autobiographical tale is made stronger by great direction from Alma Har’el.
Netflix has a lot of reasons for you to stay indoors this November.
These characters are leading the way on screen, so the world had better take note.
Carell and Chalamet are transfixing in Beautiful Boy, a film that focuses on a father desperate to help his son overcome addiction.