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Sound films emphasized black history and benefited different genres more so than silents did. Universal Pictures began releasing gothic horror films like Dracula and Frankenstein both In , RKO Pictures released Merian C.
Cooper 's classic "giant monster" film King Kong. The trend thrived best in India , where the influence of the country's traditional song-and-dance drama made the musical the basic form of most sound films Cook, ; virtually unnoticed by the Western world for decades, this Indian popular cinema would nevertheless become the world's most prolific.
See also Bollywood. At this time, American gangster films like Little Caesar and Wellman's The Public Enemy both became popular.
Dialogue now took precedence over "slapstick" in Hollywood comedies: the fast-paced, witty banter of The Front Page or It Happened One Night , the sexual double entrendres of Mae West She Done Him Wrong , or the often subversively anarchic nonsense talk of the Marx Brothers Duck Soup , Walt Disney , who had previously been in the short cartoon business, stepped into feature films with the first English-speaking animated feature Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs ; released by RKO Pictures in Previously, it was believed that color films were first projected in at the Palace Theatre in London the main problem with the color being that the technique, created by George Smith, Kinemacolor only used two colors: green and red, which were mixed additively.
But in fact, it was in when the first color film in history was created. This untitled film was directed by photographer Edward Raymond Turner and his patron Frederick Marshall Lee.
The way they did it was to use black and white film rolls, but have green, red, and blue filters go over the camera individually as it shot.
To complete the film, they joined the original footage and filters on a special projector. However, both the shooting of the film and its projection suffered from major unrelated issues that, eventually, sank the idea.
Subsequently, in , the technicolor technique arrived trichromatic procedure green, red, blue. Its use required a triple photographic impression, incorporation of chromatic filters and cameras of enormous dimensions.
The first audiovisual piece that was completely realized with this technique was the short of Walt Disney " Flowers and Trees ", directed by Burt Gillett in Even so, the first film to be performed with this technique will be "The Vanities Fair" by Rouben Mamoulian.
Later on, the technicolor was extended mainly in the musical field as " The Wizard of Oz " or " Singin' in the Rain ", in films such as " The Adventures of Robin Hood " or the animation film, " Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs ".
The desire for wartime propaganda against the opposition created a renaissance in the film industry in Britain, with realistic war dramas like 49th Parallel , Went the Day Well?
These existed alongside more flamboyant films like Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger 's The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp , A Canterbury Tale and A Matter of Life and Death , as well as Laurence Olivier 's film Henry V , based on the Shakespearean history Henry V.
The success of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs allowed Disney to make more animated features like Pinocchio , Fantasia , Dumbo and Bambi The onset of US involvement in World War II also brought a proliferation of films as both patriotism and propaganda.
American propaganda films included Desperate Journey , Mrs. Miniver , Forever and a Day and Objective, Burma! Notable American films from the war years include the anti-Nazi Watch on the Rhine , scripted by Dashiell Hammett ; Shadow of a Doubt , Hitchcock's direction of a script by Thornton Wilder ; the George M.
Cohan biopic , Yankee Doodle Dandy , starring James Cagney , and the immensely popular Casablanca , with Humphrey Bogart. Bogart would star in 36 films between and including John Huston 's The Maltese Falcon , one of the first films now considered a classic film noir.
In , RKO Pictures released Citizen Kane made by Orson Welles. It is often considered the greatest film of all time.
It would set the stage for the modern motion picture, as it revolutionized film story telling. The strictures of wartime also brought an interest in more fantastical subjects.
These included Britain's Gainsborough melodramas including The Man in Grey and The Wicked Lady , and films like Here Comes Mr. Jordan , Heaven Can Wait , I Married a Witch and Blithe Spirit.
Val Lewton also produced a series of atmospheric and influential small-budget horror films, some of the more famous examples being Cat People , Isle of the Dead and The Body Snatcher.
The decade probably also saw the so-called "women's pictures", such as Now, Voyager , Random Harvest and Mildred Pierce at the peak of their popularity.
Soldiers returning from the war would provide the inspiration for films like The Best Years of Our Lives , and many of those in the film industry had served in some capacity during the war.
Samuel Fuller 's experiences in World War II would influence his largely autobiographical films of later decades such as The Big Red One.
The Actor's Studio was founded in October by Elia Kazan , Robert Lewis , and Cheryl Crawford , and the same year Oskar Fischinger filmed Motion Painting No.
In , Ossessione was screened in Italy, marking the beginning of Italian neorealism. Major films of this type during the s included Bicycle Thieves , Rome, Open City , and La Terra Trema.
In Umberto D was released, usually considered the last film of this type. In the late s, in Britain, Ealing Studios embarked on their series of celebrated comedies, including Whisky Galore!
David Lean was also rapidly becoming a force in world cinema with Brief Encounter and his Dickens adaptations Great Expectations and Oliver Twist , and Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger would experience the best of their creative partnership with films like Black Narcissus and The Red Shoes.
The House Un-American Activities Committee investigated Hollywood in the early s. Protested by the Hollywood Ten before the committee, the hearings resulted in the blacklisting of many actors, writers and directors, including Chayefsky, Charlie Chaplin , and Dalton Trumbo , and many of these fled to Europe, especially the United Kingdom.
The Cold War era zeitgeist translated into a type of near- paranoia manifested in themes such as invading armies of evil aliens , Invasion of the Body Snatchers , The War of the Worlds ; and communist fifth columnists , The Manchurian Candidate.
During the immediate post-war years the cinematic industry was also threatened by television, and the increasing popularity of the medium meant that some film theatres would bankrupt and close.
The demise of the "studio system" spurred the self-commentary of films like Sunset Boulevard and The Bad and the Beautiful In , the Lettrists avante-gardists caused riots at the Cannes Film Festival , when Isidore Isou 's Treatise on Slime and Eternity was screened.
After their criticism of Charlie Chaplin and split with the movement, the Ultra-Lettrists continued to cause disruptions when they showed their new hypergraphical techniques.
The most notorious film is Guy Debord 's Howls for Sade of Distressed by the increasing number of closed theatres, studios and companies would find new and innovative ways to bring audiences back.
These included attempts to widen their appeal with new screen formats. Cinemascope , which would remain a 20th Century Fox distinction until , was announced with 's The Robe.
VistaVision , Cinerama , and Todd-AO boasted a "bigger is better" approach to marketing films to a dwindling US audience. This resulted in the revival of epic films to take advantage of the new big screen formats.
Some of the most successful examples of these Biblical and historical spectaculars include The Ten Commandments , The Vikings , Ben-Hur , Spartacus and El Cid Also during this period a number of other significant films were produced in Todd-AO , developed by Mike Todd shortly before his death, including Oklahoma!
Gimmicks also proliferated to lure in audiences. The fad for 3-D film would last for only two years, —, and helped sell House of Wax and Creature from the Black Lagoon.
Producer William Castle would tout films featuring "Emergo" "Percepto", the first of a series of gimmicks that would remain popular marketing tools for Castle and others throughout the s.
In the U. Disney continued making animated films, notably; Cinderella , Peter Pan , Lady and the Tramp , and Sleeping Beauty He began, however, getting more involved in live action films, producing classics like 20, Leagues Under the Sea , and Old Yeller Television began competing seriously with films projected in theatres, but surprisingly it promoted more filmgoing rather than curtailing it.
Limelight is probably a unique film in at least one interesting respect. Its two leads, Charlie Chaplin and Claire Bloom , were in the industry in no less than three different centuries.
In the 19th Century, Chaplin made his theatrical debut at the age of eight, in , in a clog dancing troupe, The Eight Lancaster Lads.
In the 21st Century, Bloom is still enjoying a full and productive career, having appeared in dozens of films and television series produced up to and including She received particular acclaim for her role in The King's Speech Following the end of World War II in the s, the following decade, the s, marked a 'golden age' for non-English world cinema ,   especially for Asian cinema.
In particular, Kurosawa's Seven Samurai has been remade several times as Western films , such as The Magnificent Seven and Battle Beyond the Stars , and has also inspired several Bollywood films, such as Sholay and China Gate Rashomon was also remade as The Outrage , and inspired films with " Rashomon effect " storytelling methods, such as Andha Naal , The Usual Suspects and Hero The Hidden Fortress was also the inspiration behind George Lucas ' Star Wars Other famous Japanese filmmakers from this period include Kenji Mizoguchi , Mikio Naruse , Hiroshi Inagaki and Nagisa Oshima.
During Indian cinema 's 'Golden Age' of the s, it was producing films annually, while Indian independent films gained greater recognition through international film festivals.
According to Michael Sragow of The Atlantic Monthly , the "youthful coming-of-age dramas that have flooded art houses since the mid-fifties owe a tremendous debt to the Apu trilogy".
Asif and Mehboob Khan. The cinema of South Korea also experienced a 'Golden Age' in the s, beginning with director Lee Kyu-hwan's tremendously successful remake of Chunhyang-jon Both the quality and quantity of filmmaking had increased rapidly by the end of the s.
South Korean films, such as Lee Byeong-il's comedy Sijibganeun nal The Wedding Day , had begun winning international awards. In contrast to the beginning of the s, when only 5 films were made per year, films were produced in South Korea in The s was also a 'Golden Age' for Philippine cinema , with the emergence of more artistic and mature films, and significant improvement in cinematic techniques among filmmakers.
The studio system produced frenetic activity in the local film industry as many films were made annually and several local talents started to earn recognition abroad.
Productions like Mary Poppins , My Fair Lady and The Sound of Music were among the biggest money-makers of the decade.
The growth in independent producers and production companies, and the increase in the power of individual actors also contributed to the decline of traditional Hollywood studio production.
There was also an increasing awareness of foreign language cinema in America during this period. As well, audiences were becoming aware of Italian films like Federico Fellini 's La Dolce Vita and the stark dramas of Sweden's Ingmar Bergman.
In Britain, the "Free Cinema" of Lindsay Anderson , Tony Richardson and others lead to a group of realistic and innovative dramas including Saturday Night and Sunday Morning , A Kind of Loving and This Sporting Life.
Other British films such as Repulsion , Darling , Alfie , Blowup and Georgy Girl all in — helped to reduce prohibitions of sex and nudity on screen, while the casual sex and violence of the James Bond films, beginning with Dr.
No in would render the series popular worldwide. In Latin America, the dominance of the "Hollywood" model was challenged by many film makers. Fernando Solanas and Octavio Getino called for a politically engaged Third Cinema in contrast to Hollywood and the European auteur cinema.
Further, the nuclear paranoia of the age, and the threat of an apocalyptic nuclear exchange like the close-call with the USSR during the Cuban Missile Crisis prompted a reaction within the film community as well.
Films like Stanley Kubrick 's Dr. Strangelove and Fail Safe with Henry Fonda were produced in a Hollywood that was once known for its overt patriotism and wartime propaganda.
In documentary film the sixties saw the blossoming of Direct Cinema , an observational style of film making as well as the advent of more overtly partisan films like In the Year of the Pig about the Vietnam War by Emile de Antonio.
By the late s however, Hollywood filmmakers were beginning to create more innovative and groundbreaking films that reflected the social revolution taken over much of the western world such as Bonnie and Clyde , The Graduate , A Space Odyssey , Rosemary's Baby , Midnight Cowboy , Easy Rider and The Wild Bunch Bonnie and Clyde is often considered the beginning of the so-called New Hollywood.
In Japanese cinema, Academy Award-winning director Akira Kurosawa produced Yojimbo , which like his previous films also had a profound influence around the world.
The influence of this film is most apparent in Sergio Leone 's A Fistful of Dollars and Walter Hill 's Last Man Standing Yojimbo was also the origin of the " Man with No Name " trend.
The New Hollywood was the period following the decline of the studio system during the s and s and the end of the production code , which was replaced in by the MPAA film rating system.
Post-classical cinema is the changing methods of storytelling of the New Hollywood producers. The beginnings of post-classical storytelling may be seen in s and s film noir films, in films such as Rebel Without a Cause , and in Hitchcock's Psycho.
This sparked heated controversy over the perceived escalation of violence in cinema. During the s, a new group of American filmmakers emerged, such as Martin Scorsese , Francis Ford Coppola , George Lucas , Woody Allen , Terrence Malick , and Robert Altman.
This coincided with the increasing popularity of the auteur theory in film literature and the media, which posited that a film director's films express their personal vision and creative insights.
The development of the auteur style of filmmaking helped to give these directors far greater control over their projects than would have been possible in earlier eras.
This led to some great critical and commercial successes, like Scorsese's Taxi Driver , Coppola's The Godfather films, William Friedkin 's The Exorcist , Altman's Nashville , Allen's Annie Hall and Manhattan , Malick's Badlands and Days of Heaven , and Polish immigrant Roman Polanski 's Chinatown.
It also, however, resulted in some failures, including Peter Bogdanovich 's At Long Last Love and Michael Cimino 's hugely expensive Western epic Heaven's Gate , which helped to bring about the demise of its backer, United Artists.
The financial disaster of Heaven's Gate marked the end of the visionary "auteur" directors of the "New Hollywood", who had unrestrained creative and financial freedom to develop films.
The phenomenal success in the s of Spielberg 's Jaws originated the concept of the modern " blockbuster ". However, the enormous success of George Lucas' film Star Wars led to much more than just the popularization of blockbuster film-making.
The film's revolutionary use of special effects, sound editing and music had led it to become widely regarded as one of the single most important films in the medium's history, as well as the most influential film of the s.
Hollywood studios increasingly focused on producing a smaller number of very large budget films with massive marketing and promotional campaigns.
This trend had already been foreshadowed by the commercial success of disaster films such as The Poseidon Adventure and The Towering Inferno.
During the mids, more pornographic theatres, euphemistically called "adult cinemas", were established, and the legal production of hardcore pornographic films began.
Porn films such as Deep Throat and its star Linda Lovelace became something of a popular culture phenomenon and resulted in a spate of similar sex films.
The porn cinemas finally died out during the s, when the popularization of the home VCR and pornography videotapes allowed audiences to watch sex films at home.
In the early s, English-language audiences became more aware of the new West German cinema, with Werner Herzog , Rainer Werner Fassbinder and Wim Wenders among its leading exponents.
In world cinema , the s saw a dramatic increase in the popularity of martial arts films , largely due to its reinvention by Bruce Lee , who departed from the artistic style of traditional Chinese martial arts films and added a much greater sense of realism to them with his Jeet Kune Do style.
This began with The Big Boss , which was a major success across Asia. Critics Consensus: Sharply written and brilliantly performed, Mank peers behind the scenes of Citizen Kane to tell an old Hollywood story that could end up being a classic in its own right.
Starring: Amanda Seyfried , Gary Oldman , Lily Collins , Tom Pelphrey. Directed By: David Fincher. Critics Consensus: Lingua Franca brings warmth and humanity to its social issue-driven plot with sensitive performances and writer-director Isabel Sandoval's gently empathetic touch.
Starring: Eamon Farren , Lev Gorn , Lynn Cohen , Mark Nelson. Directed By: Isabel Sandoval. Critics Consensus: The Way I See It takes an engaging look back at a political era from the unique perspective of the photographer who documented it from the inside.
Critics Consensus: Flawed yet fundamentally worthy, Mr. Starring: James Norton , Vanessa Kirby , Peter Sarsgaard , Joseph Mawle.
Directed By: Agnieszka Holland. Critics Consensus: While it doesn't probe particularly far below the surface of its central character, The Traitor tells its fact-based story with enough energy to entertain.
Directed By: Marco Bellocchio. Critics Consensus: Formally provocative and emotionally raw, She Dies Tomorrow confirms writer-director Amy Seimetz as a filmmaker with a unique -- and timely -- vision.
Starring: Kate Lyn Sheil , Kentucker Audley , Chris Messina , Kate Aselton. Directed By: Amy Seimetz. Critics Consensus: The Way Back's occasionally frustrating treatment of a formulaic story is often outweighed by Ben Affleck's outstanding work in the central role.
Starring: Ben Affleck , Al Madrigal , Michaela Watkins , Janina Gavankar. Directed By: Gavin O'Connor. Critics Consensus: Elevated significantly by Gillian Jacobs' central performance, I Used to Go Here tells a familiar story with considerable charm.
Starring: Gillian Jacobs , Jemaine Clement , Hannah Marks , Kate Micucci. Directed By: Kris Rey. Critics Consensus: Funny, heartfelt, and brought to life by a smartly assembled ensemble, Big Time Adolescence finds fresh pleasures in the crowded coming-of-age genre.
Starring: Pete Davidson , Griffin Gluck , Emily Arlook , Machine Gun Kelly. Directed By: Jason Orley. Critics Consensus: Martin Eden uses one man's quest for fulfillment as fuel for an ambitious -- and often rewarding -- look at a complex array of social and personal themes.
Starring: Luca Marinelli , Jessica Cressy , Vincenzo Nemolato , Carlo Cecchi. Directed By: Pietro Marcello. Critics Consensus: Misbehaviour's overall arc will be familiar to fans of feelgood British cinema -- and so will the way it triumphs over formula to tell a thoroughly crowd-pleasing story.
Starring: Keira Knightley , Gugu Mbatha-Raw , Jessie Buckley , Keeley Hawes. Directed By: Philippa Lowthorpe.
Critics Consensus: Borat Subsequent Moviefilm proves Sacha Baron Cohen's comedic creation remains a sharp tool for exposing the most misguided -- or utterly repugnant -- corners of American culture.
Starring: Sacha Baron Cohen , Rudolph W. Giuliani , Mike Pence. Directed By: Jason Woliner. Critics Consensus: A coming-of-age story with a timely twist, Yellow Rose offers a fresh -- and sweetly rewarding -- perspective on the immigrant experience.
Starring: Lea Salonga , Eva Noblezada , Gustavo Gomez , Kelsey Pribilski. Directed By: Diane Paragas. Critics Consensus: If the strain of its ambitious juggling act sometimes shows, Zombi Child remains an entertainingly audacious experience, enlivened with thought-provoking themes.
Directed By: Bertrand Bonello. Critics Consensus: If Sea Fever never quite heats up as much as it could, it remains an engrossing, well-acted sci-fi thriller with effective horror elements.
Directed By: Neasa Hardiman. Critics Consensus: A welcome return for director Richard Stanley, Color Out of Space mixes tart B-movie pulp with visually alluring Lovecraftian horror and a dash of gonzo Nicolas Cage.
Starring: Nicolas Cage , Joely Richardson , Madeleine Arthur , Brendan Meyer. Directed By: Richard Stanley. Critics Consensus: News of the World takes a slow but absorbing ride down a comfortingly familiar Western trail, guided by Tom Hanks in peak paternal mode.
Starring: Tom Hanks , Helena Zengel , Elizabeth Marvel , Michelle Campbell. Directed By: Paul Greengrass. Critics Consensus: On the Rocks isn't as potent as its top-shelf ingredients might suggest, but the end result still goes down easy -- and offers high proof of Bill Murray's finely aged charm.
Starring: Bill Murray , Rashida Jones , Marlon Wayans , Jenny Slate. Directed By: Sofia Coppola. Critics Consensus: A fun, fast paced film for all, Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made celebrates the power of imagination with a delightful sense of humor and just the right amount of bears.
Starring: Kyle Bornheimer , Ophelia Lovibond , Chloe Coleman , Winslow Fegley. Directed By: Tom McCarthy. Critics Consensus: Clear-eyed and comprehensive, The Social Dilemma presents a sobering analysis of our data-mined present.
Starring: Skyler Gisondo , Kara Hayward , Vincent Kartheiser , Catalina Garayoa. Directed By: Jeff Orlowski.
Critics Consensus: 1BR's occasionally ordinary storytelling is more than outweighed by tight direction, interesting ideas, and an effective blend of horror and thoughtful drama.
Starring: Nicole Brydon Bloom , Giles Matthey , Alan Blumenfeld , Celeste Sully. Directed By: David Marmor. Get Duked! Critics Consensus: The rare comedy thriller that's funny as well as thrilling, Get Duked!
Starring: Samuel Bottomley , Rian Gordon , Lewis Gribben , Viraj Juneja. Directed By: Ninian Doff. Critics Consensus: Bloody horror with barbed wit, Come to Daddy anchors its brutal violence in a surprisingly mature approach to provocative themes.
Starring: Elijah Wood , Stephen McHattie , Martin Donovan , Michael Smiley. Directed By: Ant Timpson. Critics Consensus: A fascinating look at the creative intricacies of show business, Black Bear is a provocative, mind-bending experience -- and finds Aubrey Plaza at the top of her game.
Starring: Aubrey Plaza , Sarah Gadon , Christopher Abbott. Directed By: Lawrence Michael Levine. Critics Consensus: Led by a daring performance from Jean Dujardin, Deerskin finds writer-director Quentin Dupieux working in a more accessible -- yet still distinctive -- vein.
Directed By: Quentin Dupieux. Critics Consensus: Spaceship Earth achieves liftoff as an engaging behind-the-scenes record of an audacious experiment -- and settles into orbit as poignant proof of the power of a shared dream.
Directed By: Matt Wolf. Critics Consensus: The Trip to Greece sees this series subject to the laws of diminishing returns, but Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan remain reliably enjoying company.
Starring: Steve Coogan , Rob Brydon , Kareem Alkabbani , Marta Barrio. Directed By: Michael Winterbottom. Critics Consensus: Sorry We Missed You may strike some as tending toward the righteously didactic, but director Ken Loach's passionate approach remains effective.
Starring: Kris Hitchen , Debbie Honeywood , Rhys Stone , Katie Proctor. Directed By: Ken Loach. Critics Consensus: Elevated by outstanding work from Elisabeth Moss, Shirley pays tribute to its subject's pioneering legacy with a biopic that ignores the commonly accepted boundaries of the form.
Starring: Elisabeth Moss , Michael Stuhlbarg , Odessa Young , Logan Lerman. Directed By: Josephine Decker.
Critics Consensus: Other adaptations may do a better job of consistently capturing the spirit of the classic source material, but Jane Austen fans should still find a solid match in this Emma.
Starring: Anya Taylor-Joy , Johnny Flynn , Bill Nighy , Mia Goth. Directed By: Autumn de Wilde. Critics Consensus: The Godfather, Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone pulls the audience back into Francis Ford Coppola's epic gangster saga with a freshly -- albeit slightly -- edited version of its final installment.
Starring: Al Pacino , Andy Garcia , Eli Wallach , Joe Mantegna. Directed By: Francis Ford Coppola. Critics Consensus: It may not change many minds regarding Showgirls, but You Don't Nomi is a solidly entertaining postmortem of an infamous flop.
Starring: Adam Nayman , April Kidwell , Barbara Shulgasser-Parker , David Schmader. Directed By: Jeffrey McHale. Save Yourselves! Critics Consensus: Save Yourselves!
Starring: Sunita Mani , John Early , Jo Firestone , Gary Richardson. Directed By: Alex Huston Fischer , Eleanor D.
Critics Consensus: A smart, well-acted, and refreshingly messy coming-of-age story, Selah and the Spades suggests a bright future for debuting writer-director Tayarisha Poe.
Starring: Lovie Simone , Jharrel Jerome , Gina Torres , Jesse Williams. Directed By: Tayarisha Poe. Critics Consensus: Swallow's unconventional approach to exploring domestic ennui is elevated by a well-told story and Haley Bennett's powerful leading performance.
Starring: Haley Bennett , Austin Stowell , Elizabeth Marvel , David Rasche. Directed By: Carlo Mirabella-Davis. Critics Consensus: An effective pairing of period setting and timeless themes, The Nest wrings additional tension out of its unsettling story with an outstanding pair of lead performances.
Starring: Jude Law , Carrie Coon , Anne Reid , Charlie Shotwell. Directed By: Sean Durkin. Critics Consensus: The Truth may not stand with Hirokazu Kore-eda's best work, but it finds the writer-director revisiting familiar themes with a typically sensitive touch.
Starring: Catherine Deneuve , Juliette Binoche , Ethan Hawke , Ludivine Sagnier. Directed By: Hirokazu Koreeda.
Starring: Damien Bonnard , Alexis Manenti , Djebril Zonga , Issa Perica. Directed By: Ladj Ly. Critics Consensus: It may suffer in comparison to Pixar's classics, but Onward makes effective use of the studio's formula -- and stands on its own merits as a funny, heartwarming, dazzlingly animated adventure.
Starring: Tom Holland II , Chris Pratt , Octavia Spencer , Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Directed By: Dan Scanlon. Critics Consensus: Banana Split serves up a sweet comedic dish that serves as a delightful calling card for co-writer and star Hannah Marks.
Starring: Hannah Marks , Liana Liberato , Dylan Sprouse , Addison Riecke. Directed By: Benjamin Kasulke. Critics Consensus: Robin's Wish offers an emotional look at the end of a life suddenly cut short -- and pays warm tribute to the brilliant legacy that was left behind.
Starring: Susan Schneider , Bruce Miller , Walter Koroshetz , Mike Mullen. Critics Consensus: Sensitive, well-acted, and solidly directed, Words on Bathroom Walls is an admirable addition to a genre that too rarely does justice to its worthy themes.
Starring: Charlie Plummer , Andy Garcia , Taylor Russell , AnnaSophia Robb. Directed By: Thor Freudenthal. Critics Consensus: The Wolf of Snow Hollow treads somewhat unsteadily between horror and comedy, but writer-director-star Jim Cummings' unique sensibilities make for an oddly haunting hybrid.
Starring: Jim Cummings , Riki Lindhome , Robert Forster , Jimmy Tatro. Directed By: Jim Cummings. Critics Consensus: Effective space alien horror with a Soviet-era twist, Sputnik proves there are still some scary good sci-fi thrillers left in the galaxy.
Starring: Oksana Akinshina , Pyotr Fyodorov , Fedor Bondarchuk , Anton Vasilev II. Directed By: Egor Abramenko. Critics Consensus: Whether you see Kajillionaire as refreshingly unique or simply bizarre will depend on your cinematic adventurousness -- and fans of writer-director Miranda July wouldn't have it any other way.
Starring: Evan Rachel Wood , Gina Rodriguez , Richard Jenkins , Debra Winger. Directed By: Miranda July.
Critics Consensus: Cleverly assembled and rich with insight, this dissection of D. Critics Consensus: Comprehensive without getting bogged down in details, Desert One offers a fascinating look at a daring military mission that ended in defeat.
Directed By: Barbara Kopple. Critics Consensus: Inviting viewers into a fascinating world of bibliophiles, The Booksellers is a documentary that's easy to curl up and get lost in.
Starring: Parker Posey , Fran Lebowitz , Gay Talese. Directed By: D. Critics Consensus: Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey celebrates the yuletide season with a holiday adventure whose exuberant spirit is matched by its uplifting message.
Starring: Forest Whitaker , Hugh Bonneville , Keegan-Michael Key , Phylicia Rashad. Critics Consensus: The Dark and the Wicked delivers on its title with an unsettling horror story whose deep dread and bleak outlook further compound its effective jolts.
Starring: Marin Ireland , Michael Abbott Jr. Directed By: Bryan Bertino. Critics Consensus: An intimate two-hander anchored by a pair of well-matched actors, Bull takes an achingly empathetic look at life on the economic margins.
Starring: Rob Morgan , Amber Havard , Yolonda Ross , Keeli Wheeler. Directed By: Annie Silverstein. Critics Consensus: Blood Quantum blends bloody horror with sociopolitical subtext, taking a fresh bite out of the crowded zombie genre in the bargain.
Directed By: Jeff Barnaby. Critics Consensus: The Climb uses the complicated bond between two friends to dissect male friendships in engaging -- and frequently funny -- fashion.
Starring: Kyle Marvin , Michael Angelo Covino , Gayle Rankin , Talia Balsam. Directed By: Michael Angelo Covino.
Critics Consensus: Solid acting and expertly ratcheted tension help Run transcend its familiar trappings to deliver a delightfully suspenseful thriller.
Starring: Sarah Paulson , Pat Healy , Erik Athavale , Kiera Allen. Directed By: Aneesh Chaganty. Critics Consensus: Enola Holmes brings a breath of fresh air to Baker Street -- and leaves plenty of room for Millie Bobby Brown to put her effervescent stamp on a franchise in waiting.
Starring: Millie Bobby Brown , Henry Cavill , Sam Claflin , Helena Bonham Carter. Directed By: Harry Bradbeer. Critics Consensus: An actors' showcase enlivened by its topical fact-based story, The Trial of the Chicago 7 plays squarely -- and compellingly -- to Aaron Sorkin's strengths.
Starring: Yahya Abdul-Mateen II , Sacha Baron Cohen , Joseph Gordon-Levitt , Michael Keaton. Directed By: Aaron Sorkin.
Critics Consensus: Like a good wine, once you let Uncorked breathe, its heartfelt tenderness will yield a sweet time.
Directed By: Prentice Penny. Critics Consensus: Led by Andrea Riseborough's layered performance, Luxor empathetically surveys the crossroads between trauma and recovery.
Starring: Andrea Riseborough , Karim Saleh , Michael Landes , Sherine Reda. Directed By: Zeina Durra. Critics Consensus: An appealing animated adventure whose silliness is anchored in genuine emotion, The Willoughbys offers fanciful fun the entire family can enjoy.
Starring: Will Forte , Maya Rudolph , Alessia Cara , Terry Crews. Directed By: Kris Pearn. Critics Consensus: Miss Americana provides an engaging if somewhat deliberately opaque backstage look at a pop star turned cultural phenomenon.
Starring: Taylor Swift. Directed By: Lana Wilson. Critics Consensus: Beautifully animated and narratively engaging, Weathering with You further establishes writer-director Makoto Shinkai as a singularly talented filmmaker.
Starring: Kotaro Daigo , Nana Mori , Tsubasa Honda , Sakura Kiryu. Directed By: Makoto Shinkai. Starring: Emily Mortimer , Robyn Nevin , Bella Heathcote , Chris Bunton.
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