Blending shimmering photography and a compassionate tone, Bruce Thierry Cheung’s wistful tale of abandoned children is unexpectedly haunting.
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In this annoyingly quirky British comedy, Jodie Whittaker plays a depressed woman clinging to adolescence.
Three nerdy college freshmen rush a creepy, off-campus fraternity in Daniel Robbins’s tight, twisty torture movie.
A warm vibe between Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston sweetens the stereotypes in this remake of the French odd-couple comedy “The Intouchables.”
A resourceful college student is hunted by a drug operation in this so-so survival thriller from Jen McGowan.
In this middling good-guys-gone-bad thriller, three lighthouse keepers turn savage when a shipwreck ignites a series of calamitous events.
Cage fully commits to this bonkers thriller about a ground-down truck driver whose dead wife possesses his living lover.
Flipping from bucolic to brutal with distressing ease, this beautifully realized movie views a Mafia kidnapping through the prism of first love.
Colin Firth’s touching performance as the flawed British sailor Donald Crowhurst lends soul to James Marsh’s starchy English tragedy.