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Richard Kelly's science-fiction comedy was widely derided on release in 2006, but it has since found a cult audience.
This smart film has turbo-boosted the careers of both its main actor and director.
Any similarities between Catherine Deneuve and Fabienne Dangeville, the veteran movie star she plays in Hirokazu Kore-eda’s film The Truth, are entirely intentional.
Can you be a feminist if you aspire to be a beauty queen? In Misbehaviour, opposing interpretations of feminism come head to head.
In this story of Women’s Lib protesters interrupting the 1970 pageant, it’s unclear what the story gains repackaged as drama rather than documentary.
Director Dan Scanlon makes plot the strong suit of this father-son story.
With this film, Sciamma challenges the conventional dynamic between sitter and artist, observed and observer.
This film about anti-depressive plants has an atmosphere of horticultural dread.
In new Netflix documentary Miss Americana, we watch Swift’s need to please people build up, both motivating and sometimes crushing her.
Two of this year’s literary adaptations, Little Women and The Personal History of David Copperfield, have a distinctly modern feel.
Mermaids are man’s horror of rejection made manifest: teasing and forever out of reach.