A young Canadian monster-make-up fellow has to find peace in being gay.
The new director of the Paris Opera Ballet looks to shake things up and enliven the staid company in this engaging, fly-on-the-wall documentary.
If you can piece this puzzler of an action flick, you're welcome to it. "The Accountant" starring Ben Affleck doesn't quite add up at times and gets points off on narrative, but delivers on all-out heart-stopping thrills!
Studio Ghibli delivers a gorgeous visual tone poem that achieves immersive and atmospheric emotional impact.
As a testosterone-driven piece of genre narrative, this film has moments of humor, style and character acting bravado that make it a pleasure to watch, and satisfactorily drive the viewer to the next plot point.
"The Bye Bye Man" is a scary fun, but not a totally successful throw-back to '80s horror films like "A Nightmare on Elm Street" and "Candyman."
Peck may not give this movie sex appeal, but he does give it doubt. And that's where its finest drama comes from -- not from the tragedies and triumphs that precede the close-ups, but from the acting happening inside them.
Ready for some dry, ernest, and unflinchingly straight-faced German comedy?
For both its content and its relevance to the present moment, "The People vs. Fritz Bauer" is well worth your attention.
On the brink of a new administration's descent into environmental Armageddon, Peter Berg's reconstruction of true events, "Icarus in reverse," reminds about the devastation humans inflict on nature.