The King of Staten Island showcases a wonderful performance from Pete Davidson that is further boosted by the greatly comedic and mostly well-paced screenplay.
Shirley may be a classic case of style over substance, but its incredible lead performance from Elisabeth Moss and bold vision from director Josephine Decker are too intriguing to ignore.
Do the Right Thing is an expertly crafted film that touches on themes of race and equality in heart-wrenching and powerful ways. It's slow-burning, quiet, and unique, and is simply one of the greatest films ever made.
13th is a gripping and utterly powerful documentary about the mistreatment of black people, the over-crowding of the prison system, and how we, as a society, can push to make a change for a better future.