A return to plot twists (but not a return to form) for M. Night Shyamalan.
The Limits of Control
Jim Jarmusch offers a confounding but beautiful look at meaning, language, and spirituality set in surrealist Spain, but it might test the limits of audience attention.
For a movie based on a board game, it's not half bad—and a pretty fun, patriotic romp.
Authentic portrayal of good people, gracefully aging and helping those in need.
Whedon's Shakespeare adaptation succeeds by not taking itself too seriously, but Shyamalan's sci-fi flick is far too self-important to be any good.
To the Wonder
The film is Malick at his Malickest, and at his most devout—which merits reflection on his body of work.
Love & Mercy
Brian Wilson biopic explores the soundscape of artistic genius and tragedy.
Where Leaders Are Made
The tests of a true leader are often challenging—and other times, they're just kind of fun and silly.
A man, the phone he is dating, and the incomparable gift of the Incarnation.
Maps to the Stars
A well-acted but excessively bleak satire of the Hollywood echo chamber.
The Brothers Bloom
Quirky, stylish caper film revels in the blurry line between real life and storytelling.