In Rose Glass's breakout feature, God is not what He seems.
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In J Blakeson's crime film, Rosamund Pike plays a woman who won't rest until ultimate success has been achieved.
From 'Say Anything...' to 'Little Women,' these movies play a part in making the teen rom-com sequel so enjoyable.
In Kornél Mundruczó's English-language debut for Netflix, a grieving mother bears her loss for the world to see.
In this DC superhero sequel, love conquers all.
For its 25th anniversary, we look at how Ang Lee and Emma Thompson's adaptation of Jane Austen's classic novel subverts expectations of female heroines.
Ang Lee shoots his subjects predominantly in long lenses to convey a sense of inescapable loneliness.
In the first scene of 'Zodiac,' David Fincher makes it clear that catching a killer is no easy feat.
With this prototypical film noir, Fritz Lang crafts a universe in which telling the difference between good and evil is no easy feat.
John Boulting's sinister adaptation examines the religious undertones of the film noir genre.