“Once you see the baby, you can no longer see the lie as the truth.”
This sympathetic cinematic portrait of Ruth Bader Ginsburg prods viewers to ponder important questions about equality.
Fatima is a well-crafted, very Catholic and (in its own reverent way) quite provocative piece of filmmaking.
While it’s not perfect, this Christopher Nolan sci-fi puzzler deserves, at least, some tenet-ive consideration.
The number 42 is actually more than just the answer to life, the universe and everything. It is also a …
Black Panther has a good heart, and it gives us a real hero—strong and honorable and, when possible, even filled …
This movie can frank, crass and difficult. But for those who engage with it, Words on Bathroom Walls has something …
Despite its feel-good messages about friendship and perseverance, The High Note still hits some low notes, too.
An American Pickle is a little like a pickle itself: A little sour and a little sweet.
While there’s a lot to like here, there’s also plenty that might leave you feeling a little off beat.