Fifteen-year-old ballet dancer Lara faces physical and emotional hurdles as she prepares for gender confirmation surgery. Inspired by a true story.
The high life leads to high anxiety for a fashionable New York City homemaker in crisis who finds herself forced to live a more modest lifestyle.
The exquisite Blanchett amazes, bringing brittleness and vulnerability to a woman on the edge.
Cameras follow Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson as they take on the staggering challenge of free-climbing Yosemite’s most formidable rock formation.
The Dawn Wall transcends initial conventional sports documentary trappings, emerging as an affecting portrait of conquering personal limitations.
On patrol in Afghanistan, a British paratrooper unit unwittingly ventures into a dry riverbed that turns out to be littered with land mines.
A newly dumped teen finds himself attracted to a live wire who shares his taste in music when they meet during a night on the town in New York City.
What makes the film work in spite of itself is [director] Sollett's sympathy for his characters and the teamwork between Cera and Dennings, whose winsome sultriness seems entirely unaffected.
Technical troubles scuttle the Apollo 13 mission in 1971, risking the lives of astronaut Jim Lovell and his crew in this chronicle of a true story.
A powerful story, one of the year's best films, told with great clarity and remarkable technical detail, and acted without pumped-up histrionics.
To save his parents’ home, a lottery-squandering 32-year-old man sublets a room to a disarmingly creepy tenant.
Atkinson directs from a script that pays homage to Alfred Hitchcock...the way that Gelman interacts with Little, the threats take the film to the next level.
A young man spends his time stealing, raping and beating innocent people in nihilistic orgies of violence, all in an attempt to get his nightly kicks.
It demands thought, compels the attention, and refuses to be dismissed.