- Best Movies
- Black Comedy
- Psychological Horror
- Psychological Thriller
- Spy Thriller
- Superhero Movie
- Teen Comedy
- True Story
- War Movie
Dogs playing poker: The Accountant
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.
I need to know what’s inside: Annihilation
Alex Garland follows Ex Machina with another thought-provoking science-fiction film, this time to tackle issues like depression and self-destruction.
This is where your story begins: Arrival
Like all great science fiction, Denis Villeneuve’s masterpiece Arrival is a profound philosophical exploration of what makes us humans.
More powerful than any drug: Awakenings
A wonderful film that is sweet, melancholy and mature without being sentimental and with two phenomenal performances by Robin Williams and Robert de Niro.
You are all my reasons: A Beautiful Mind
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.
I don’t like to sleep: Before I Wake
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.
The fumes of the dead are in the air: Black Death
Bleak, intelligent and thought-provoking, this unfairly neglected blend of medieval drama and horror should have gotten a lot more attention than it did.
Because you’ve never seen a miracle: Blade Runner 2049
Much more ambitious than the original cult classic, Blade Runner 2049 is a contemplative science fiction that expands the universe seen in that film.
Just close your eyes: Closet Monster
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.