A calculated first step to a possibly interesting trilogy buoyed by interesting characters.
A smartly written, brutally realized western.
A brutal, potent thriller poised on the brink of many borders – political, geographical, and moral.
A thoughtful, beautiful tale that explores the roots of humanity and the price of intelligence.
A documentary about the creation of a new ballet for the New York Ballet Company.
A stark, haunting vision of a post-apocalyptic world where the collapse was both societal and moral.
What do a train and humanity have in common? Nothing.
Getting down into the muck: fun or folly?
Godzilla returns to theaters to the sound of thunder – but is that thunder a thud, or applause?
It shouldn’t feel so revolutionary for a film to take the Bible seriously. However, between certain groups of people denigrating believers as fools holding on to children’s stories and other groups stridently refusing to address or even acknowledge the inherent otherworldliness of the Bible’s words,