Gia Coppola's debut about the teen experience has a lyricism that transcends James Franco's mediocre source.
By Katherine McLaughlin
David Fincher's trash procedural for the Twitter age taunts, tickles and, ultimately, terrifies.
By David Jenkins
A bracing and powerful drama about cultural roots and the nature of identity from director Pawel Pawlikowski.
By Glenn Heath Jr
David Cronenberg indulges in a grotesque inter-family orgy on the golden sidewalks of Hollywood.
By Violet Lucca
Jessica Chastain glitters as Salomé in two films about Al Pacino's version of Oscar Wilde's play.
By Matt Thrift
Raw concentration camp images make this documentary hard to watch, important and unforgettable.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
The French author plays himself in this amusing and class-aware mockumentary.
Stranger-than-fiction events power this affirmative, funny and well-cast social drama about solidarity.