A documentary of thoughtful discovery and empathy.
An "Army of the Dead" prequel better than its predecessor.
Occasionally harrowing, but it adds little to stories of abuse and recovery.
Everything you could want from a ballet of bullets, blood and nuclear explosions.
Well-cast, mostly well-shot and sometimes not what you expect.
Not what it seems and all the better for it.
A powerful documentary about a doctor helping forgotten people.
A real blood-red sigh.
Lou Harry's review of Dune
Just a wholesome good time at the movies.
Some script flaws, but otherwise a drama with a lot to say — some of it clever.
A successful indie folk-horror tale.