An eco-warrior strives to protect Iceland's natural beauty in this quirky adventure.
Hal Linden is casually terrific as the titular grandfather in the Asheville Jewish Film Festival's second selection.
A runner-up for the Asheville Jewish Film Festival, this docudrama creatively tells a lesser-known aspect of the Holocaust.
Matthew Broderick and Géza Röhrig (Son of Saul) are a charming odd couple in one of the year's most original films.
Buncombe County Schools' first-grader Lucas McKee and Xpress' Edwin Arnaudin swap reviews of the year's latest animated feature.
In one of his final roles, the recently departed Bruno Ganz shines as Sigmund Freud in the Asheville Jewish Film Festival's opening night film.
Dev Patel ("The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel") continues to avoid typecasting, playing a mercenary kidnapper in Michael Winterbottom's India-set thriller.
Casey Ellis recommends this sci-fi thriller, in which a resistance group plans retaliation against Chicago's alien captors.
Julianne Moore gives a brilliant, mesmerizing performance in Sebastián Lelio’s midlife romantic drama.
Two teens commiserate while stranded in a hospital, suffering from cystic fibrosis.
Inheriting the teen sleuth reins from Emma Roberts, Sophia Lillis ("It"; “Sharp Objects”) continues to be a beacon in mediocre projects.
Norwegian black metal band Mayhem gets the biopic treatment in this dark and darkly humorous film.
Gaspar Noé's latest shocker is a 1990s Euro rave gone wrong — and oh so right.
Marvel’s first female-led superhero film kicks some serious butt and shows the boys how it’s done.
Vincent D'Onofrio's generally entertaining take on the Billy the Kid and Pat Garrett saga centers on a fictional teen who crosses paths with the Western legends.
Iranian master filmmaker Asghar Farhadi's surprisingly straightforward mystery nonetheless packs his textbook emotional wallops.
Neil Jordan's intergenerational thriller channels some great cinema but always just feels like a hack job.
The documentary put viewers back in the middle of the unfolding NASA drama, with the advantage of 50 years’ hindsight.
The Colombian import about the clash of traditional and new values is a transportive experience rarely seen in modern cinema.
Tyler Perry's 10th Madea film earns the occasional laugh, but watching the cast try too hard for those results often gets tiresome.
After months of cinematic hype during awards season, Stephen Merchant's comedic WWE biopic is a breath of fresh air.