M. Night Shyamalan's Split is personal and outlandish, with questionable themes, riveting plotting, somber storytelling, and elegant construction.
From its psychosexual explorations to its one-set location, We Are the Flesh is rigorously interiorized.
A pointed simplicity governs The Red Turtle, one that's typical of many survival tales.
Michael Keaton's powerful performance in John Lee Hancock's The Founder is marooned in a wishy-washy story.
The season-six premiere of Homeland proves that trust only goes so far against fear.