Both emotionally draining and invigorating.
Mostly a showcase for acting and writing, but the melancholy sticks.
A masterclass on channeling a child's emotions into everyone's awfulness.
A stirring, comprehensive documentary about America's history of lynching.
Emotionally stirring, yet not among Almodóvar's best.
A wonderful depiction of how Fred Rogers endures in American culture.
Jocelyn DeBoer and Dawn Luebbe solidify themselves as reigning queens of satire.
A cross-cultural coming-of-age tale full of heart and style.
A fine documentary that looks at a bygone era of filmgoing.
A heartfelt crime film that packs a no-nonsense punch.
A beautiful portrait of a humble basketball star.