Alex Winter's documentary excels at exploring the artist's life and motivations but falls short in presenting his music.
Filmed in Wilmington, Alan Ball's '70s-set coming-out drama/comedy is brimming with humanity.
Clea DuVall’s star-studded Christmas rom-com is a groundbreaking delight.
Melissa McCarthy's streak of making bad "comedies" with her husband Ben Falcone continues.
The Asheville Movie Guys discuss Ron Howard’s adaptation of J.D. Vance’s best-selling memoir.
Xpress' third-grade film reviewer highly recommends the latest Dreamworks animated feature.
Claes Bang and Guy Pearce go head to head in this entertaining fact-based drama.
This documentary about a surgeon specializing in gender-affirming procedures is remarkable in part because everything about it is so evidently ordinary.
Sarah Paulson stars in this predictable yet entertaining thriller.
Jackie Chan's reunion with frequent '90s collaborator Stanley Tong fails to recapture their past films' magic.
Vince Vaughn is a riot in this otherwise so-so body-swap horror/comedy.
Henry Golding stars in this Vietnam-set drama that's too vague for its own good.
An intriguing documentary about a new frontier of bias and civil liberties that would benefit greatly from some cinematic flair. Still well worth the effort.
The quest to expose deep-rooted corruption is at the heart of Alexander Nanau’s gripping documentary.
Margot Robbie fails to enliven this rote Depression-era outlaw drama.
The latest from Irish animation artist Tomm Moore is visually sumptuous and relates a captivating, original myth.
Kyle Thrash’s documentary on Philadelphia Eagles’ fans during the 2017 season is a fascinating example of a filmmaker being in the right place at the right time.
A mild comedy about a toxic friendship, The Climb is an audacious feature film debut by Michael Angelo Covino, its star, director and co-writer.
Rodrigo Sorogoyen struggles to expand his Oscar-nominated short film to feature length.
This four-hour-plus doc about Boston city government is like being stuck in an endless Zoom meeting you wish you hadn't been invited to.
Charlie Hunnam and Jack O'Connell traverse the world of bare-knuckle boxing in this gritty drama.