While a new film about Marcel Marceau, “The most important mime who ever lived," and his contributions to saving Jewish children during World War II, probably isn’t the movie quarantine audiences need need right now, but it’s what we have.
Director Michael Winterbottom and Steve Coogan reunite on “Greed,” their fourth film together. This time, the duo are outside their ongoing “The Trip” franchise, tackling fame and greed.
Just when you think you have seen every topic about dealing with cancer, filmmakers Lisa Barros D’Sa and Glenn Leyburn strip away melodrama and focus on love under a microscope.
Since 1923, Hollywood has been relentlessly turning out a new version of Jack London’s story about a California dog who becomes an Alaskan sled dog every few years.
Writer/directors Nat Faxon and Jim Rash’s “Downhill” is less of a remake of the 2014 award-winning “Force Majeure” and more of an English-language interpretation.
Diversity reigns in Amazon Prime’s latest original feature, “Troop Zero.” It reteams its producer and star, Academy Award winner Viola Davis (“Widows”), with her Oscar-winning pal Allison Janney (“I, Tonya”) for a troop-scout, coming-of-age story like few others.
How many times in the past 17 years since “Bad Boys II” have you heard, “They really need to make a Bad Boys III?” You can’t help but wonder after the string of disappointments bearing Will Smith’s name (“Gemini Man,” “Bright,” “Collateral Beauty,” “Concussion,” “Focus”) if he’s simply reviv…
Thanksgiving coming later in November reduced the number of shopping days before Christmas if you didn’t notice. Awards season is also feeling that truncation as The 92nd Academy Awards have moved up nearly a full month to Feb. 9.
“Short and spicy,” “married or dead”... those were the parameters Louisa May Alcott was given on how to write women and end her stories in the 1850s. Academy Award-nominated director Greta Gerwig brings Alcott’s “Little Women” back to life 25 years after its last theatrical treatment, which …
“Will this agony ever end,” C-3PO says at one point. Anyone who believes Disney’s marketing ploy that, “this is the final “Star Wars” film,” hasn’t been paying attention.
Clint Eastwood’s latest film “Richard Jewell” is as slow and steady as they come. It’s not boring, the opposite actually. This is an extremely engaging film thanks mostly to the authentic performances.
The director of “Carol” and “Far From Heaven” isn’t the guy you expect to helm an environmental crisis story that has the structure of “Erin Brockovich.”
It is likely that I’m one of the few people who haven’t seen the documentary “Won’t You Be My Neighbor,” despite having watched “Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood” as a child.
It’s not one of those movies you throw on late at night, nor is it something you can watch with divided attention. “The Report” requires full dedication from its audience and then some.