This documentary about WWII offers a lot of insight, but drowns it in overly-slick filmmaking.
Sean Ellis’s Anthropoid goes for slow pacing, high tension and historical accuracy over Hollywood showboating.
The Imitation Game is a fascinating tale of a troubled genius, but only Cumberbatch can rescue it from its own formula.
David Ayer’s ultra-macho WWII movie is brutal. But as one of the few films about a tank crew ever made, it has built-in appeal.