For a while, Nerve maintains an air of ambiguity about its provocative and somewhat dystopian conceit.
The inclusion of each cut of The New World marks this as the definitive home-video edition of Terrence Malick's greatest film.
Indignation's screenplay is rich with culturally specific details that deepen its forking moral predicaments.
Stark Trek Beyond emphasizes the inter-personal dynamics of the USS Enterprise, and functions best as an extended team-building exercise.
Exquisitely nostalgic, Looking: The Movie is as comfortable, and as complicated, as a reunion with an old friend.