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The actress Karen Gillan gets glum to play a depressed young woman in her feature directorial debut. [Read More]
In Nathan Silver's new film, American bros break the hearts of beautiful Frenchwomen. Realism or wishful thinking? [Read More]
A documentary reveals its octogenarian subject as still busy and productive, and not a little haunted by memories of friends now gone. [Read More]
This documentary with a simple premise — Eileen Atkins, Judi Dench, Joan Plowright and Maggie Smith in conversation — delivers insight and gossip. [Read More]
In his new documentary examining the rise of President Trump, the director points fingers at everyone, including himself. [Read More]
Mr. Cage uses his outsize performing chops to excellent effect in this idiosyncratic revenge fantasy. [Read More]
Amma Asante's film tells the story of a young German woman of color who falls in love with an ardent member of Hitler Youth. [Read More]
"The Public Image Is Rotten," a documentary, looks at the post-Sex Pistols career of John Lydon, a.k.a. Johnny Rotten. [Read More]
The director RaMell Ross has created a movie that is both a narrative of real lives and an inquiry. [Read More]
In David Foster Wallace's 1996 novel "Infinite Jest," a filmmaker creates a movie so entertaining that it reduces viewers to dribbling catatonia. In the 1999... [Read More]
Is "binge-watching" actually a good idea? One viewer finds out after he willingly subjects himself to Netflix's algorithms. [Read More]
The movie, restored and playing in New York, was made when the great Swedish director was financially strapped. It's a melodramatic anti-Communist allegory. [Read More]
"To All the Boys I've Loved Before" and "Sierra Burgess Is a Loser" keep the teenage rom-com alive. And they trumpet John Hughes's influence. [Read More]
A documentary follows young scientists as they try to create solutions to environmental threats. [Read More]
Hip-Hop dreamers negotiate the pitfalls of 'The After Party'; watch the blockbuster "Baahubali" franchise on Netflix before a prequel series arrives. [Read More]
Sofia Bohdanowicz's documentary captures a way of life through the observations of a delightful woman who has occupied the same apartment for 50 years. [Read More]
The film, starring Gabriel Byrne, is meant to skewer the mores of Tinseltown. [Read More]
How combat deeply affects relationships is the theme of "Extinction" and "The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society." [Read More]
Mélanie Thierry is an enigmatic Marguerite Duras in this film based on Duras's semi-autobiographical novel. [Read More]
Two end-of-the-world films worth comparing and contrasting: "How It Ends," on Netflix, and the 1970 movie "No Blade of Grass," on Amazon Prime. [Read More]