Makoto Shinkai tenderly explores a boy's first love and how it impacts the rest of his life in this brilliantly animated masterpiece, 5 Centimeters Per Second.
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A heated wartime paranoia thriller, Shadow of a Doubt excels as a premiere early American Hitchcock classic.
Sloppy and unfocused, Lifeforce's hybrid of British sci-fi and horror finds its best when being outlandishly visual.
The Trouble with Harry drips with careful innuendo, polite dark humor, yet no genuine mystery and still feels every bit of Alfred Hitchcok's personality.
While successful in mood and style, The Batman's stuffy, overwrought runtime doesn't feel necessary or useful to this unique take on the character.
Touch of Evil's exotic, groundbreaking camerawork is matched by eccentric, b-level noir storytelling that's wholly captivating and still distinctly modern.
A charming coming-of-age story about standing out in a large family, Encanto fits comfortably into the Disney formula with a distinctive Colombian touch.
Taylor Sheridan's magnificent neo-western drama Yellowstone, led by Kevin Costner, finds a nice groove rebounding from last season's shocking finale.
A timeless satire of forgotten middle class existence, The Apartment contextualizes the late '50s through midnight trysts and bachelorhood.
Insipid, obvious, and frustratingly angst-filled, Matrix Resurrections whiffs when trying to make a point about the studio system and the current run of franchise filmmaking.
Godfather Coda continues Michael Corleone's attempt to make right in a corrupt world, and this recut edition betters the maligned original.
Filled with stock characters, a stock plot, and cheesy tone, Alligator II is a dud sequel with only a few creature feature highlights.