Well presented reissue of films by one of modern Polish cinema’s greatest directors
Three restored Buster Keaton classics
Lively and gorgeously composed wuxia
Arthur Penn’s wearying melodrama evidences Hollywood’s self-righteous depictions of disability
A handsome release for one of dry-laughter master Jim Jarmusch’s best films
Rich, moving and quietly epic familial drama
Choppy waters impede the travel of diverting submarine sex comedy
Tonal shifts undermine a film with great performances and emotional force
Exceptional and emotional filmmaking pervades Scorsese’s gangster epic
Judy Garland biopic flounders
Documentary about life within Gaza reaches for the profound and misses
Misjudged decisions and characters distract from an excellent lead performance
Christian Petzold’s film is an oustanding drama of displacement
Documentary set in Madrid’s underground doubles as hypnosis
Energetic, oddball drama is less than the sum of its parts
Decent performances populate unremarkable homecoming drama
Valedictory documentary repeats received wisdom, but still moves and delights.
Inept period drama misunderstands its subject
Documentary about the editor of “Shoah” proves vague and uninquisitive.
Preposterous and visually dull post-revolutionary crime story buoyed by a brilliant cast and flair for sequence-making.
A fine Julianne Moore performance is undermined in Sebastián Lelio’s underwhelming film.
An honouring and thrilling portrait of soul legend Aretha Franklin.