A love story that transcends words is reinforced year by year and stone by stone.

Wrinkles unmasked comes off as a directionless loner, eking out a faded existence.

Writer-director Yi’Nan Diao’s rain-soaked nightscapes teem with a rogues’ gallery of hungry ghosts.

The verbal sparring in director Fernando Meirelles's comic drama is sharp, fast, unguarded and downright playful at times.

The damage done in writer-director Francois Ozon’s incriminating story is as sharply drawn as an assault.

With everybody busy hiding something, ignorance is half the bliss of this comedic riff on classic whodunits.

Director Mirrah Foulkes’s tall tale may play like a backwoods Brothers Grimm, but its witch’s brew of betrayal and payback is a bitter, timeless blend.

As sportscar racer Ken Miles, Christian Bale is a study in hawkish single-mindedness.

Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson’s honest, intelligent performances inhabit the paradoxes of learning to let go.

Low acts in high places are the bottom line of filmmaker Scott Z. Burns’s blistering, fact-based feature.

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