An arresting tragedy about what happens to a young Kaqchikel woman who has too few options.
Barack and Michelle Obama’s first date is low-key, romantic, and political – without ever making too big a deal out of it.
A coming-of-age comedy about an ordinary American boy growing up in Germany.
Lots of solid popcorn flicks, plus an underseen gem from a French master.
The year’s best animated film unfolds like a dreamy, moving fairy tale.
A well-observed fable about friendship and gentrification in New York City.
One of the year’s best films. A tough cops-and-robbers thriller, full of humor and economic outrage.
A masterpiece from the Coen Brothers, plus an underseen screwball comedy from last year.
Dull, incoherent, and loud. Who knew a movie with the Joker and so many villains could lack any sense of danger?
A Sundance hit is now on Netflix, plus a drama that’s in sign language without subtitles (really).