The mighty Lav Diaz repurposes Dostoyevsky in this transcendental crime drama.
By Adam Nayman
Bad taste and taboo-busting abound in this essential biography of the drag icon.
By Rebecca Ellis
Philippe Garrel's latest meditation on love and life is an understated sensual delight.
By Jordan Cronk
This swooping and soaring sequel boasts big thrills, innovative set-pieces and a surprisingly radical political outlook.
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Ellar Coltrane grows up in public as the central, glorious spectacle in Richard Linklater's masterpiece.
By Vadim Rizov
Melissa McCarthy shines in this grease-sodden hymn to the state of modern America.
By David Jenkins
The lead singer of The National and his berserker brother do new and exciting things with the tour doc format.
The brutal political machinations in modern Syria are captured with an unblinking eye in this admirably tough and direct documentary.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman