Spielberg's sci-fi actioner doesn't have a thought in its pretty little head, but it's still relentlessly entertaining, thanks to his knack for visual storytelling and his uncanny feel for action pacing.
Wes Anderson has created a powerful (though unassuming) sociopolitical statement about the causes and consequences of segregation.
Roar Uthaug's insistence upon combining faux gravitas with action results in countless scenes of unintentional hilarity.
Alex Garland's follow-up to Ex Machina is a visceral cinematic experience that, while plagued with structural problems, delivers plenty of thrills and eye-popping spectacle.
In the latest comedic oddity from director Jim Hosking, a tiny ray of hope slithers out of the otherwise impenetrable slime -- if you can hang on long enough for it.
Directors Granik and Morano explore the tenuous bonds that connect us to society and the repercussions of tearing them apart.