1992 / 3.9 / 96
Accompanied by diverse music -- without any dialogue -- this mesmerizing visual study conveys the relationship between humans and the environment. The world's majesty and ugliness are both on full display here. With images like these, there's no need for talk.
2013 / 89
On the last day of a family vacation at Disney World, Jim White learns that he's lost his job. Soon thereafter, he begins to lose his mind. Dad's going mad and the vacation's a bust ... but where better to wrestle demons than the Happiest Place on Earth?
1988 / 3.4 stars / 99
Focusing on Third World cultures, this follow-up to 1982's Koyaanisqatsi fuses sights and sounds to comment on the global intrusion of civilization.
2011 / 4.3 / 102
This contemplative documentary reveals the ties between the dueling rhythms of nature and humanity as found in diverse locations across the globe. Planet Earth's infinite variety of life and landscape bursts into panoramic visions. Prepare to gape in wonder.
2015 / 70
A cross-country train is the backdrop for a series of mobile, creative "happenings," a collaboration of artists, musicians and performers. From dry deserts to inner cities, a train filled with papier-mâché and flamenco dancers is one cool cross-country trip.
2013 / 2.6 stars / 101
In this dizzying thriller, a businessman is plunged into a surreal world as he attempts to unravel the mystery of his wife's disappearance. His wife vanishes, and his home becomes a nightmarish tableau. These walls don't talk, but they do move.