Hugh Jackman plays the ‘X-Men’ hero for the ninth and final time in this powerful epitaph directed by James Mangold. It’s a well-told story with a human story–and human stakes–at its core.
This low-budget early feature from Cronenberg is a subversive horror film that charts a social breakdown by tearing through our most intrinsic taboos.
More than simply a loving spoof of Hollywood westerns, this is one of the funniest movies ever made and one of the most audacious satires of racism to come out of Hollywood.
Pacino plays a former rock star on a redemption tour in this low-key comic drama that gives the actor an opportunity to both play off and play down his knack for big, showy performances.
This elemental ‘Alice in Wonderland’ is both an escape from and a fantastical reflection of the horrors of Francisco Franco’s reign of terror in 1944 Spain.
Guillermo del Toro directed this haunting ghost story, set in a remote orphanage in Spain, against the backdrop of the Spanish Civil War.