New documentary looks at one of the many great revolutions sweeping the world.
Robinson’s landmark film gets a release worthy of its reputation.
Lavie’s debut film is a comedy you don’t want to miss.
One of 2014’s best genre films is also one of its most underrated gems.
These long-unseen “acid westerns” mosey into the Collection.
This festival darling makes its HBO debut this Monday night.
Beloved thespian Liv Ullmann returns to directing for this adaptation of one of the most adapted stories in all of fiction.
Take a magic carpet ride back to 1924 with this Fairbanks adventure.
Fritz Lang! Spies! What more could you need?
Following up his beloved Dallas Buyer’s Club, director Jean-Marc Vallee heads to the desert for his latest gem.
One of the year’s most compelling cinematic experiments is also one of the most important films in ages.
Frank Capra’s seminal rom-com romp delivers the expected laughs, but offers considerably more food for thought along the way.
There are eight million Blu-ray reviews in the Naked City. This is one of them.
One of today’s great indie filmmakers brings us yet another fantastic feature, one of 2014’s best films.
Suzuki emerges as a full-on auteur in this pulpy, expressionist crime thriller.
Despite being a relatively standard biopic, this prestige picture from director James Marsh is a real triumph.