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'Crazy World' is the latest Wakaliwood film from Uganda to be translated and brought to the world, containing crazy action on a low budget.
Terrence Malick makes a glorious return to scripted films with this searing portrait of faith at all costs.
Trippy visuals and historical context ground this ambitious science fiction film.
Kiyoshi Kurosawa steers clear of thriller and horror territory with this lovely film about a Japanese woman adrift in a foreign land.
'Guns Akimbo' brings violence and carnage to the real world in an over-stylized, immature effort to tackle internet culture.
'Hustlers' is a flashy yet empty movie that can't decide if it wants to be a feel-good tale of female empowerment or a nuanced...
'Color Out of Space' delivers a hilarious, dizzying performance from Nicolas Cage in director Richard Stanley's return to genre cinema.
'Knuckle City' gives the world we live in a few jabs before putting an entire system of corruption and limitations on blast.
'Sound of Metal' takes a look at the deaf and hearing-impaired community with a sensitivity and incredible lead performance
'Jallikattu' offers an intense sensory experience that distills down to how easily man can be broken down by a mere disruption in routine.
Andrés Wood's 'Spider' is a chilling glimpse into the fascistic terrorists who spurred on a right-wing military junta in Chile in the early 1970s.
'Sea Fever' plays its narrative safe, only to provide a unique take on well-worn territory that will please genre fans.
At the heart of his latest film, Iannucci brings together an incredibly diverse and hilarious cast to take a fairly mundane story and smother...
Bertrand Bonello's 'Zombi Child' examines the harms of French colonialism through the plight of a famously "zombified" Haitian man. But Bonello's steely style robs...
Some movies are just so hard to grasp that trying to do so would be futile. In some instances, that can be used to...
Upon its founding in 1976, the Toronto International Film Festival was originally known as the Toronto Festival of Festivals. Implied in the name was...
If Green Room was Jeremy Saulnier’s hardcore punk rock movie, Hold the Dark is his atmospheric black metal film. Filling each scene with cold,...