Enola Holmes delivers mostly positive messages about individuality, equality and freedom.
This sympathetic cinematic portrait of Ruth Bader Ginsburg prods viewers to ponder important questions about equality.
Unpregnant would have us believe that abortion is something to be celebrated, not mourned.
Fatima is a well-crafted, very Catholic and (in its own reverent way) quite provocative piece of filmmaking.
Given how often the characters here jump in and out of bed with anyone who wanders by, it’s no wonder …
This slow-moving, big-hearted story illustrates how we can find brotherhood in the most unlikely places.
This is more wuxia battle adventure than anything winking and whimsical.
While it’s not perfect, this Christopher Nolan sci-fi puzzler deserves, at least, some tenet-ive consideration.
Black Panther has a good heart, and it gives us a real hero—strong and honorable and, when possible, even filled …
The number 42 is actually more than just the answer to life, the universe and everything. It is also a …