Angels moving invisibly among us, observing our lives, listening to our thoughts, offering compassion but unable to interact with us directly. It’s an intriguing idea, but might have made a better short than a feature film.
Much more so than other movies, this is very much a work of art – as finely and beautifully crafted as the titular dinner.
A strange little movie with some unusually frank discussions about sex.
Frequently tragic and depressing but also funny and, ultimately, hopeful.
An epic, post-apocalyptic fantasy about one hero’s struggle to avert war, protect the environment, and save her people.
The personal and professional trials of a humble priest living in a small English town.
You want a fun dumb action movie? You got it.