Appropriately often moving like a heart-pulsing political thriller, "MLK/FBI," is a disquieting historic documentary that deserves a place on the shelf beside seminal works such as Ava DuVernay's "13th."
Emerald Fennell's feature debut is a throbbing bestiary on vindication and comeuppance that jolts and gnashes with commiserating verity.
Nolan's grandly misunderstood double-sided film was released at the worst possible time
Once upon a time... a Hop Wei hatchet man walked into a bar owned by an Irish nativist...
David Fincher makes the most humbled picture of his career yet, bringing his late-father's script on the writing of "Citizen Kane" to life.