Investing in the characters is everything when an ensemble is running the show, and there are a lot of them to invest in.

Jean Dujardin leans into lunacy in a marriage of the bizarre and the barking mad.

First-time feature filmmaker Keith Thomas spooks the stuffing out of his viewers.

Cate Blanchett has her fingers on the pulse as a lost woman who rediscovers her creativity and her corresponding self-love

What you feel, as the pressure builds in director Trey Edward Shults’s tightly strung screenplay, is just how lonely 18 can be.

A grieving grandfather's actions are increasingly unhinged.

This unassuming little number never pretends to be anything but a tra-la to grace under pressure.

A high-stakes, bareback ride that grabs you from the get-go.

A cautionary tale for any woman who has ever fallen for a new outfit.

Elisabeth Moss’s Cecilia has everything under the sun to be petrified about.

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