Like a companion piece to 2002’s underrated “Dahmer,” this semi-fictionalized account of serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer’s adolescence is an engaging, compelling character study blessed with
This is one of those quiet, cute little indies that are perfectly pleasant to watch but don’t leave much of an impression in the end.
Sadly overlooked at the time of its release, this adaptation of Stephen King’s emotionally complex family drama is one of the best mainstream movies of
Picking up nearly from the moment the original season ends, this continuation of Netflix’s compelling comedy-drama is just as gripping and consistent this time around.
This effective drama from Todd Field is a thoughtful, emotionally charged exploration of parental grief and marital compromise. Sissy Spacek and Tom Wilkinson are remarkable
There’s something profoundly yucky about this May-December romance between womanizing restaurateur Richard Gere and girlish hat designer Winona Ryder. It’s not the age difference, although
This adaptation of Susanna Kaysen’s memoir of a year spent in a mental institution is filled with terrific elements and outstanding scenes, but taken as
Nicholas Hytner’s rising, masterful adaptation of Arthur Miller’s play remains one of the best filmed versions of a classic play. Hytner successfully manages to transfer
This loose adaptation of James Salter’s short story “Twenty Minutes” seems to have begun filming without a clear vision or direction. From scene to scene,
This adaptation of Whitney Otto’s novel is a charming, occasionally compelling little movie that doesn’t leave much of an impression but is perfectly pleasant nevertheless.
This unfortunate adaptation of Isabel Allende’s novel is a miscalculation for the ages. Despite a tremendously talented cast and the sure-handed direction of Bille August,
There is no better word to describe Martin Scorsese’s adaptation of Edith Wharton’s Pulitzer-winning novel than sumptuous. From the gorgeous costumes to the stunning set