- Best Movies
- Black Comedy
- Psychological Horror
- Psychological Thriller
- Spy Thriller
- Superhero Movie
- Teen Comedy
- True Story
- War Movie
The Accountant is a frustrating thriller that could have been great but is almost ruined by a third act that suffers from many silly narrative decisions.
Alex Garland follows Ex Machina with another thought-provoking science-fiction film, this time to tackle issues like depression and self-destruction.
Like all great science fiction, Denis Villeneuve’s masterpiece Arrival is a profound philosophical exploration of what makes us humans.
A wonderful film that is sweet, melancholy and mature without being sentimental and with two phenomenal performances by Robin Williams and Robert de Niro.
If you don’t mind the fact that this Oscar-winning biography alters the real story considerably, A Beautiful Mind will certainly be a wonderful experience.
What could have been a great psychological drama about loss and healing turns out to be a frustrating and tonal mess after a promising beginning.
Bleak, intelligent and thought-provoking, this unfairly neglected blend of medieval drama and horror should have gotten a lot more attention than it did.
Much more ambitious than the original cult classic, Blade Runner 2049 is a contemplative science fiction that expands the universe seen in that film.
A beautiful and honest coming-of-age drama that stands out because of its conviction, using a lot of fascinating symbolism to tackle familiar themes.