Richard Linklater’s Hit Man might just be the movie that proves Glen Powell is the next huge Hollywood leading man.
Memory, starring Jessica Chastain and Peter Sarsgaard is one of the most empathetic and moving love stories to come along in many years.
Brian Helgeland’s Finestkind is a predictable but entertaining crime drama, with a standout performance by Tommy Lee Jones.
Jonathan Glazer’s The Zone of Interest is among the most unsettling films to come out in the last few years.
Taika Waititi’s Next Goal Wins doesn’t reinvent the sports comedy, but it’s a strong, pleasant effort.
Nicolas Cage stars in this scathing social satire which comes from producer Ari Aster and director Kristoffer Borgli.
Alexander Payne’s The Holdovers is a strong return to form from the director that plays like a lost film from the 1970s.
Netflix’s Sly is an inspiring, reverent account of Sylvester Stallone’s rise to superstardom in the wake of Rocky.
Emily Blunt and Chris Evans star in this ripped-from-the headlines depiction of the big bucks behind being a pharma rep.
Prime Video’s legal drama, The Burial, is one of the most audience friendly movies to play at this year’s TIFF and is now streaming.