Like a warm-hearted, gentle cross between “Love Is Strange” and “Still Alice,” this quiet drama following longtime couple Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci on a
You know, maybe Meryl Streep shouldn’t work with Steven Soderbergh anymore. In between this and “The Laundromat,” the king of overrated directors has somehow managed
I was only passingly interested in “The Father,” but I’ll be honest: From the moment it began, I was completely enraptured by its unfolding drama.
It doesn’t take long for “Nomadland” to land with its intended audience. The minute the movie begins, it’s there: A creeping, aching, horrifyingly believable realism
“A child is born and he is given a name. Suddenly, he can see himself. He recognizes his position in the world. For many, this
There’s no getting around it: “Naked Lunch” is hell of a ride. This infamous adaptation of the source novel by William S. Burroughs is more