This hilarious yet sincere dramedy questions how our identities are forged through culture and society.
This coming-of-age film hilariously illustrates the best friendship but is stifled by moments of disingenuous emotion.
More than their absurd theory, this documentary takes a behind the scenes look at the lives of flat-Earthers.
Ike Barinholtz’s directorial debut presents the calamity and violence of politics at Thanksgiving dinner.
Intricate characters, horrific backgrounds, and an overall peculiarity makes this film a deep, but weird watch.
The serial killer mystery receives an exciting, fresh take that demonstrates the dangers of restrictions.
We take a look at the most promising films at the 2018 Los Angeles Film Festival.