Exposure succeeds in presenting OCD without judgment and telling a genuinely compelling story that raises some fascinating moral questions.
My instinct is that appreciation for The Killer will grow with time, as we get used the muted emotional tenor we didn't expect from a Fincher movie.
Blue Giant brings the world of Jazz into anime, and perfectly mixes insane musical solos with wild visuals to create a truly unique experience.
Only during Origin's final act, which makes an aggressive play for a big swell of emotion, did my appreciation start to curdle.
While it’s trying to do too much in terms of its plot, the film has a great cast & enough heartfelt moments and intrigue to keep the momentum going.
The film will resonate with the people eager to devour more Stephen King-inspired projects; sadly, there is nothing genuinely inspired to enjoy.
Not a single performance was wasted in Miranda’s Victim, which is exactly the kind of production you need from such a heavy story.
Savor Hit Man, however you come across it - it's not every day the movies entertain us in this way at this level of execution anymore.
Though somewhat tame, The Exorcist: Believer finds surprising emotional heft and genuine thrills as it attempts to revive an iconic horror franchise.
With Oliver Jackson-Cohen delivering a nuanced, vulnerable yet tough performance, Jackdaw is a gripping tale that's well worth the price of admission.
The film offers some cute character interactions, a funny villain & a story that is enough to have you rooting for the heroes, and Skye in particular.
Saw X delivers the most personal & bloodiest entry to date, easily making it the best Saw movie sequel & proving there's still life in this franchise.
Monster is many kinds of stories all at once and both the direction and script make sure that it is all in service of making the best film possible.
Smugglers plays like a heist film but the character development brings so much more to the table, and the film is exploding with energy.
Mimang is exactly the film it sets out to be: Gentle, indirect but never apologetic. There is an emotional payoff but perhaps not an intellectual one.
Everyone is doing great work in Memory, and for me, the experience of being swept up in the acting is always worth the price of admission.
Reptile gets an extra edge thanks to its rock-solid cast and sufficiently gripping mystery, but it never coalesces into anything incredible.
While the story is occasionally too stuffed, and drags a bit after the midway point, Sri Asih delivers clear, sharp action and an empowering story.
Baig’s vision makes We Grown Now sing in a way that is incomparable. Everything that makes a riveting movie is on display and at its very best here.
Boasting an engaging cast, all of whom are in on the joke, There’s Something in the Barn is rarely excessive and always entertaining.
Though not everything works, River is a time loop jaunt that isn’t easy to forget, bolstered by fantastic performances and a deep sense of fun.