This movie is famous for its ending, but it's the entire film that wowed me.
This film showcases the difficulty in breaking free from the cycle of poverty and it tells its story through the eyes of a child.
A touching family drama that is smartly-written, well-acted and offers powerful themes of inclusion and love.
This film's considerable across-the-board talent keep it afloat despite an often on-the-nose script.
Powerhouse performances from Allison Janney and Margot Robbie combine with a nuanced script in this film about America's reality TV culture.
A mysterious, haunting story about control that is supported by fine acting and an amazing score.
This documentary short from The New York Times takes us through the spectrum of how fear impacts our decisions.
Jessica Chastain is a perfect match for Aaron Sorkin's razor-sharp dialogue in this incredible real life tale.
A monumental performance from Gary Oldman carries this biopic that lauds the power of words in Winston Churchill's story.
The music and dancing will wow you even if the story doesn't hit every note.
A Quiet Passion features a fantastic performance from Cynthia Nixon as the poet Emily Dickinson.
The Last Jedi is a beautiful film that wrestles with the past in a way that moves the Star Wars saga forward.
A contemplative journey through time that rewards patience from the viewer.
Wonder Woman does more than most superhero films thanks to the powerful collaboration of Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot.
A well-written, well-acted romantic comedy with unique perspective and ambition.
A multi-layered drama with great ambition but not quite enough execution.
Saoirse Ronan and director Greta Gerwig shine in this well-crafted story of teenage identity.
A beautifully-shot story about home and how we inhabit it.
A creative take on the Christmas story that is entertaining for young and old alike.
A finely-crafted drama about the pain of wars at home and abroad.
Even a stellar ensemble cast can't save this film from some glaring narrative errors.
This follow-up to the 80s cult classic boasts stunning visuals and an eerily-moving score that demand to be experienced.
A touching family drama with Adam Sandler giving an absolutely fantastic performance.
The term "post-racial" is a lie. This movie reveals the horrors underneath.
This movie isn't about answers to hard questions. It's about asking them.
This 80's classic is a good time with enough substance to keep you thinking.
An unfocused plot that doesn't seem to be about what it wants to be about.
There Will Be Blood wastes a phenomenal performance by Daniel Day-Lewis - its greatest sin among many.
A war movie that isn't like other war movies. This is an experience.
A fun, memorable film that - just like the waning years of adolescence - doesn't feel sure of itself.