John Krasinski’s horror hit, along with ‘Borg vs. McEnroe’ and ‘The Rider,’ uses boldly spare sound designs to create atmosphere and communicate character.
Brady Jandreau stars in a thinly fictionalized version of his life story.
Sverrir Gudnason and Shia LaBeouf portray temperamental opposites, but brothers under the skin.
In a world awash in tentpoles, Gilroy’s films make a stand for originality, substance and sophistication.
Joaquin Phoenix is an angsty assassin in Lynne Ramsay’s macho wish-fulfillment fantasy.
In the tradition of John le Carré, this taut political thriller uses its setting less as a subject than a backdrop.
The definition of success is changing as platforms multiply and audience expectations shift.
The almost entirely silent drama celebrates cinematic language as pure sound and image.
A trio of angsty parents tries to thwart their daughters’ prom-night sex plans.
Should “La La Land” win best picture?