Xpress critics look back on the year in film.
The latest feature from Moonstruck screenwriter John Patrick Shanley is primed to completely bewilder you this holiday season.
Sarah Paulson stars in this predictable yet entertaining thriller.
This fact-based feminist tale tries to juggle too many details.
Though more an extended interview than a documentary, the film is nevertheless a testament to the late writer's entertainment value.
Delve deep into the life and writing of Flannery O'Connor with this excellent new bio-doc.
Bill Nighy leads this quiet but frequently hilarious film about a missing son and games of Scrabble.
Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani put a fresh spin on rom-com tropes — with help from a murder mystery.
Quentin Dupieux's latest absurdist winner stars Oscar-winner Jean Dujardin as a man with an odd obsession.
The Irish horror-comedy is heaps of fun, but a bit too silly for its own good.
The first great horror film of 2020 is here, courtesy of the filmmakers behind "Goodnight Mommy."
The latest Turn of the Screw adaptation is nicely atmospheric — until a sudden ending ruins the experience.
Ali McGhee and Josh McCormack discuss the latest Nicolas Cage experiment.
It's a mystery why or how this tedious remake of the J-horror classic got made.
The latest installment in Michael Apted's documentary series is a cinematic gift.
Bong Joon-ho’s Palme d’Or-winning, genre-defying film is an extraordinary look at class disparity.
Takashi Miike injects his latest violent flick with welcome doses of humor and heart.
The conclusion of the beloved Stephen King story is a major step down from the previous installment.
Quentin Tarantino's 1969-set revisionist history makes superb use of Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and the setting's creative potential.
Adolescence and superhuman powers clash in this horror/sci-fi hybrid.
The misunderstood social activists of the Satanic Temple get the respect they deserve in Penny Lane's joyful documentary.