May 29, 2020

This sci-fi tale of strange nocturnal sounds is technically impressive, but problematic everywhere else. Read more

May 24, 2020

This biography of the “Roe v. Wade” plaintiff will hold your interest, but you’ll want to wash off the ickiness after 80 minutes in such unsavory company. Read more

May 23, 2020

Be sure to see this latest humanist masterwork by Belgian directors Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne. Read more

May 17, 2020

Iceland’s submission for the 2020 Academy Awards kept me off-balance, visually and narratively. Read more

May 15, 2020

This modest gem is a worthy showcase for the late Brian Dennehy’s humble talent. Read more

May 10, 2020

This autobiographical documentary – the director’s first – is nothing short of astonishing. Read more

May 9, 2020

It may not dig as deeply as one might wish, but the less-than-enthralling premise of following the former First Lady on her book tour is more joyous than it has a right to be. Read more

May 2, 2020

This video scrapbook of the couple who owned an iconic LA porn shop becomes most involving when it settles down as a story of overcoming religion-based homophobia. Read more

May 1, 2020

This horror film broadcasts its influences, but still manages to tell an original, engrossing story. Read more

April 26, 2020

…for 100 minutes, anyway, as we dive into the passions and locales of NYC’s antiquarian booksellers. Read more

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