ROTTEN TOMATOES CRITICS
MOVIESStefan Zweig: Farewell to Europe
Director and co-writer Maria Schrader's precise compositions, six-part structure, and refined color palette make the film feel more like theater than cinéma vérité.The Hitman's Bodyguard
Bludgeons its way into theaters with a rapid-fire hail of machine gun bullets and filthy jokes, neither of which is capable of hitting a target with any amount of consistency.
‐ Frank Wilkins, Reel ReviewsThe Wound (Inxeba)
The Wound does a wonderful job of remaining understated without ever becoming muted.
‐ Dan Schindel, Paste Magazine
Hopefully, a re-issue of Ronald Neame's greatly underrated Hopscotch will introduce the film to younger cinephiles in training, but this somewhat slight and rough edition doesn't warrant a double-dip for those already in the know.They Live by Night
Simultaneously tough-minded and delicate, the film is an exquisite stage-setter for Nicholas Ray's career that has never looked better on home video.The Dismembered
Hooray for retro indie horror satire!