Aaron Sorkin’s masterful fact-based courtroom drama is the year’s best film thus far.
A warm and inviting documentary about the famed neuroscience pioneer.
A man returns to his hometown in Vermont following the death of his father and is forced to confront all the people and things he ran away from.
This highly personal documentary about kicking addiction through psychedelics showcases film's capacity as a force for good.
Kirsten Johnson and her father confront mortality head-on in this imaginative documentary.
The cast from the 2018 Broadway production of the groundbreaking 1968 play reunite for this superb Netflix film.
This entertaining documentary on the talented trumpeter suffers from a guiding structure.
This documentary offers a raw and blistering look at families affected by the disappearance of America’s middle class.
This documentary on public lands issues pretends to be objective but is a pure advocacy film.
Julie Taymor's imaginative Gloria Steinem biopic is an inspirational and uplifting experience.
This fact-based, post-World War II soccer story is uplifting
Amir Amirani's documentary stumbles in its exploration of 21st-century protests.
Despite strong performances from Carrie Coon and Jude Law, Sean Durkin’s ’80s-set drama offers minimal substance.
This fact-based feminist tale tries to juggle too many details.
A biting and fresh look at old themes of familial competition and generational expectations.
The plucky, fourth-wall-breaking adventure/comedy is an ideal star vehicle for Millie Bobby Brown.
The impressive feature directorial debut of Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz is one of the great modern social thrillers.
The man regarded as a conduit between blues and rock 'n' roll is illuminated in all his glory, folly and controversy.
Antonio Campos’ star-studded period drama is a near complete failure.
An A-list ensemble elevates this humanity-rich drama.
This quirky, emotionally rich documentary chronicles the adventures of an octogenarian spy in a Chilean nursing home.