It's The Little Guys versus Donald Trump, the sequel, and this time it's global.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
An experimental triptych that depicts man, nature and music with great feeling but weak coherence.
By Vadim Rizov
Stranger-than-fiction events power this affirmative, funny and well-cast social drama about solidarity.
The glorious, all-American fantasy land of Oz retains its power to charm despite a few questionable ideas.
A delightful, comic animation with sophisticated social themes from the makers of ParaNorman and Coraline.
Philip Seymour Hoffman's swansong is muted by the convoluted plot of John le Carré's uninspiring source novel.
By Michael Pattison
Tom Waits and Roberto Benigni make oddly sweet friends in Jim Jarmusch's socially observant 1986 comedy.
Beneath genre trappings, Mohammad Rasoulof's violent Iran-set kidnapping tale is the real revolutionary deal.
By David Jenkins
Frederick Wiseman brings his insightful and layered filmmaking to one of America's most liberal institutions.
By Jordan Cronk