The Best movies of 2024 (so far)

The Zone of Interest

Directed by Jonathan Glazer, this film offers a profound perspective on the Holocaust by portraying the domestic life of Auschwitz commandant Rudolf Höss and his wife amidst the horrors of the camp.

Poor Things

Known for his unconventional storytelling, Lanthimos delivers a sensual yet controversial narrative that challenges perceptions of sexuality and exploitation.

Dune: Part Two

Denis Villeneuve continues his adaptation of Frank Herbert’s epic saga with 'Dune: Part Two'. Building on the world-building and moral complexities of the first film.

All Of Us Strangers

Directed by Andrew Haigh, this haunting love story revolves around a screenwriter played by Andrew Scott, whose life is disrupted by a mysterious neighbor and a visit to his childhood home.

Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga

George Miller returns with 'Furiosa', an origin story set in the Mad Max universe, starring Anya Taylor-Joy and Alyla Browne. While carrying narrative weight, the film explores new dimensions.

Green Border

Directed by Agnieszka Holland, 'Green Border' sheds light on the plight of refugees caught between Belarus and Poland. It’s a powerful portrayal of human resilience amidst political turmoil.

Hit Man

Richard Linklater’s comedy-thriller stars Glen Powell as a New Orleans professor who unexpectedly finds himself impersonating assassins for the police. His encounter with a troubled woman played by Adria Arjona.