Review: STRAY, Born to Be Wild

Elizabeth Lo's mesmerizing documentary follows dogs on the streets in Turkey. That's it, but it's more than enough.

Exclusive CONCRETE PLANS Clip: No Backing Out

In our exclusive, NSFW (Not Safe For Work) clip from Concrete Plans, Jim recognizes that it's become time for his team to take action, but he kinda doesn't want to force anybody to do anything they don't want to do....

Review: ATTACK OF THE MURDER HORNETS, Deadly Killers Take Flight

Michael Paul Stephenson ('Best Worst Movie,' 'The American Scream') directs a documentary about an unfolding, real-life horror movie.

Review: BILLIE EILISH: THE WORLD'S A LITTLE BLURRY, How to Remain Independent

Together with Samantha Stark's 'Framing Britney Spears,' R.J. Cutler's doc spells out the perils and pleasures of maintaining independence as a creative artist.

Review: CHERRY, A Boy and His Drugs

Tom Holland stars in an uber-dramatic love story, brashly directed by Anthony Russo and Joe Russo.

70s Rewind: LEADBELLY, Singing His Own Damn Songs

Roger E. Mosley stars in Gordon Parks' rousing film about a musical legend's early life, now streaming on The Criterion Channel though February 28.

Review: WELCOME TO CHECHNYA, Now Get Out

The searing documentary, now streaming and also available on home video, paints a troubling portrait of one country's appalling treatment of LGBTQ+ citizens and immigrants.

Now Streaming: FOR ALL MANKIND, Smartly Foraging Alternate Space History

Joel Kinnaman leads the cast in the second season of the alternate-history series, now streaming on Apple TV+.

Criterion in May 2021: FAST TIMES AT RIDGEMONT HIGH and Other Modern Cinema Classics

The shattering 'Nightmare Alley' is also heading out, along with 'Flowers of Shanghai,' 'Trances' and 'Merrily We Go to Hell.'

Dallas Critics Go for NOMADLAND, You Should Too

The award-winning film opens in U.S. cinemas this coming Friday, February 19. Here are other films we recommend from the past year.

Review: THE MAURITANIAN, The Slow and the Infuriated

Jodie Foster, Tahar Rahim, Shailene Woodley and Benedict Cumberbatch star in director Kevin Macdonald's adaptation of a best-selling memoir.

Review: EARWIG AND THE WITCH, Agency, Control, and Just a Little Magic

Miyazaki Goro directs Studio Ghibli's first 3DCG animated feature, now streaming on HBO Max.

Review: A NIGHTMARE WAKES, Monstrous Intimacy

Alix Wilton Regan, Giullian Yao Gioiello and Philippe Bowgen star in writer/director Nora Unkel's psychological drama, now streaming on Shudder.

Review: BREAKING SURFACE, Sisters Are Doin' It For Themselves

Moa Gammel and Madeleine Martin star as sisters who must fight for survival in director Joachim Hedén's tense thriller.

Now Streaming: LOSING ALICE, Puzzling Psychological Mysteries

Halfway through Sigal Avin's latest series from Israel, I still have no idea what to think. Ayulet Zurer, Lihi Kornowski, and Gal Toren star; now streaming on Apple TV+.

Review: THE LITTLE THINGS, Back to the 90s

Denzel Washington, Rami Malek, and Jared Leto star in writer/director John Lee Hancock's murder mystery.

Review: PALMER, Drowning in Earnest Sincerity

Justin Timberlake, Alisha Wainwright and Juno Temple star in the drama, directed by Fisher Stevens, and streaming on Apple TV+.

Review: HAYMAKER, The Bodyguard Punches Above His Weight

Nick Sasso and Nomi Ruiz star in a tangled, unexpected romantic drama, featuring Muay Thai boxing. Sasso also directed.

Now Streaming: THE IDHUN CHRONICLES Concludes Gently

Michelle Jenner again leads the voice cast in an anime adaptation of Laura Gallego's popular YA book, now streaming on Netflix.

Review: SAVAGE STATE, French Western Dissolves Into Something Else

Alice Isaaz, Kevin Janssens and Deborah Francois star in writer/director David Perrault's ambitious, elegant-looking drama.