Writer Cord Jefferson’s directorial debut “American Fiction” is a hilarious and excellent exploration of race and storytelling.
You’re Not Me makes viewers’ voices hoarse from all the yelling at the screen. Frustrating characters and dreadful holiday music makes this movie memorable.
A Strange Path builds discomfort and terror as you question what’s brewing with a outstanding lead and disorienting sound design.
Shortcomings is a funny, witty that uses cliched rom-com moments to tell a larger story of growth while traversing relationships in search of connections.
Fancy Dance is a tragic yet beautiful story that highlights the traditions of Indigenous community with the harm that comes from societal abandonment.
The Persian Version takes a heavier topic of identity and generational conflict and imbues it with the magic of culture, comedy, and music. A joy to watch.
Elijah Bynum’s Magazine Dreams is an outstanding drama about struggle, rage and grief. Jonathan Majors’s nuanced, electrifying performance is Oscar-worthy.
Old Flame shows promise through its lean three-act structure, and compelling cast but ultimately abandons something more for the same ole same ole.
The Domestic merges supernatural horror with wealthy people’s fear that the hired help is out to get them, building dread and claustrophobia with each scene.
Sung Kang’s Shaky Shivers shines with zany humor. With an oddball cast, plot and music this wacky film is an outlandish send up for ’80s-loving adults.