Author, TV host, restaurateur, designer, attorney and general Renaissance man Eddie Huang has another title to add to the list: director. The …
Set in the fictional world of Kumandra, the film features plenty of action and a story of hope centered on a plucky girl named Raya.
Film directed by Amy Poehler should strike a chord with young women growing up in a system still rigged against them.
What unfolds is an event, and a film, wholly singular and unique, a blend of the ancient and the modern, a cinematic snapshot of a nation’s history.
In her first acting role, singer gives it her all as haunted, crushed icon in "The United States vs. Billie Holiday."
Horror films often offer catharsis, but rarely are they also as deeply sorrowful as Keith Thomas’ “The Vigil,” which is based in Jewish faith …
She plays a legal guardian to dozens of elderly people whom she bilks for everything they're worth.
It’s a comedy, or so insists the music.
There are enough laughs in “Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar” to make you feel like you’ve had a momentary vacation from pandemics, politics …
The real star is jaw-dropping production design by John Paul Kelly, which lends playfulness, style and wit to rote material.
Simple in structure, complex in messaging, “Minari” surprises just as much as last year’s Oscar winner “Parasite.”
Director Shaka King crafts inspiring portrait of young activist, paired with examination of FBI's insidious tactics.
Like the character she plays in “Land,” Robin Wright made some serious decisions about her big-screen directorial debut.
Beautiful, finely wrought tale of love, loss, aging and secrets contains bittersweet lessons of life itself.
That “Little Fish” feels so relevant is in a way, by design, as this is a film about living through a pandemic.
There is an intensely ritualistic quality to "Beginning," a remarkable — and remarkably bleak — debut feature from writer-director Dea Kulumbe…
It’s a noble story of friendship that’s affecting. It’s just not always effective.
Sometimes the best way is the simplest one.
There’s a fine line between religious fervor and madness. Perhaps there’s no line at all.
One of the big questions in "Malcolm & Marie," an attractively photographed shouting match written and directed by Sam Levinson, is whethe…
Slow in parts, it twists its message in the end with good performances by Leto and Denzel Washington.
Just before World War II, a small-time archeologist was hired by a local woman to excavate her land. What was unearthed was far more significa…