After the success of Wonder Woman, the male gaze here makes the film look all the more toxic.
A terrific, timely period epic that debuts on Netflix today.
A haunting documentary that will either be foreign to American audiences or all too familiar.
This film adaptation is probably a really good book, anyway.
An assured, heartbreaking film that uses a limited point of view to tell its story.
Overlooks the ugliness of English imperialism to tell a simplistic, heartwarming story
Funnier and more moving than you’d expect.
A powerful, uneven look into the modern contours of the abortion debate.
A dizzying array of information about a woman overdue for the documentary treatment.
A story of Detroit in 2008 that could happen in workplaces across the country in any year
There’s a difference between being nostalgic and being stuck in the past, and Home Again illustrates it well.
An unusual, architecture-heavy drama that uses cinema to its fullest potential
It’s like The Mighty Ducks, except set in postwar Estonia!
A comedy set in the 1990s with more nuance and depth than even the best episode of Friends