Vengeance and violence dominate the multiplexes, while indie fare explores complicated romance and our attachment to possessions.
uses multiple stories to explore how objects connect us to people and places from our past.
David Riedel finds the Bruce Willis remake of Death Wish
(pictured) a technically impressive but morally repugnant celebration of vigilantism.
Eric D. Snider praises the low-key emotion of the gay coming-of-age drama God's Own Country
In this week's feature review, trashy exploitation and gritty realism make an awkward pair in Red Sparrow