Brendan Fraser received a six-minute standing ovation after the screening of this drama, in which he plays a morbidly obese English teacher trying to reestablish a relationship with his estranged teenage daughter.
Fans of Noah Baumbach, Adam Driver, and Greta Gerwig will rejoice at the director and actors' reunion in this adaptation of Don DeLillo's novel of the same name that follows a suburban Midwest family confronting a dangerous chemical leak.
We're not saying this is the Call Me By Your Name sequel that everyone swears is not forthcoming, but we're not not saying that, either. After all, the story centers around a couple of cannibals, happens to star Timothée Chalamet, and was directed by Luca Guadagnino. All that's missing is Armie Hammer.
There's been so much gossip surrounding this film's director, Olivia Wilde, and co-stars stars Florence Pugh and Harry Styles that we can't even remember what the movie is supposed to be about. Oh, yeah, a 1950s housewife suspects her Californian utopian community is anything but and fights back against the gaslighting men who are trying to silence her.
Ana de Armas stars in this NC-17 Netflix feature about Marilyn Monroe -- with a twist. The movie is an adaptation of Joyce Carol Oates' acclaimed novel of the same name, in which the author writes an alternative narrative for the late, iconic Hollywood actress.
Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson, who co-starred in 2008's In Bruges, teamed up again onscreen for this Irish tragi-comedy by Academy Award-winning director Martin McDonagh about a pair of pals, Pádraic (Farrell) and Colm (Gleeson), whose friendship abruptly ends.
A man named Peter (Hugh Jackman) and his wife Beth (Vanessa Kirby) find their family life upended when his ex-wife, Kate (Laura Dern) shows up with a teenage son in this adaptation of a stage play.
One could argue Cate Blanchett has never made a bad film; many are also saying this just might be the best of her career. The artsy psychological drama centers around real-life queer conductor Lydia Tár and her complicated relationships with music and her adopted daughter. It's the first film from director Todd Field since his 2006 masterpiece Little Children, and early reviews say this flick was well worth the wait.