John Wick: Chapter 4
Revisiting the world of hitman John Wick is like touching base with an old buddy who you do not under any circumstances want to cross.

Bill Nighy does British reticence with a beating heart in a modest charmer about making a difference.

As nubile worry Pearl, Mia Goth is a textbook definition of torment.

As a grieving Mamie Till, Danielle Deadwyler takes immersive ownership of a mother’s primal pain.

To Leslie
Andrea Riseborough is a lit fuse as a lost soul inflamed by booze.

Empire of Light
Olivia Colman brings her distinctive perception as a marginalised woman battling psychological demons.

Sadness is an all-pervasive threat in a paradoxically lovely debut from writer-director Charlotte Wells, based in part on her life.

Women Talking
Eternal banishment or hell on Earth? Mennonite women stare down a life-changing choice.

In his Cannes Grand Jury Prize–winning drama, film-maker Lukas Dhont quietly deconstructs the fine distinctions of loss.

Huesera: The Bone Woman (‘Huesera’)
Pregnancy is a nightmarish enemy for a woman tormented by doubt.

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