A compelling addendum to the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. despite a few snags in presentation.
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A kidnapping takes this dark comedy to extremely tough, uncomfortable places.
Thomas Vinterberg’s latest is hilarious, preposterous, heart-breaking, and self-aware.
Warning: This isn’t worth your $20.
Director Ron Howard’s influence is completely nonexistent over this “very-special-episode” of a film.
Ho ho ho-hum.
All 24 007 adventures, catalogued, dissected, and ranked for your eyes only…
Sacha Baron Cohen’s trojan horse/folk hero Borat Sagdiyev returns to an uglier America than he remembers.
Robert Zemeckis brings just enough goodies here for parents and well-prepared kiddies alike.
Three filmmakers join forces to tell the true story behind just how terribly officials handled this pandemic.
From heartthrobs to vampires, goofballs to wedding singers, the Sandman has done it all.
A comprehensive guide to all 25 features in the New York filmmaker’s iconic catalogue.