Drama

Tar

Todd Field’s return to cinemas hits all the right notes. Cate Blanchett gives us one of her best (Oscar-caliber) performances as a conductor of a German orchestra, who has been labeled “one of the greatest composers of all time,” and… Read More ›

Till

Danielle Deadwyler fights the power in more ways than you know. “Till” is the true story about how a 14-year-old African American boy named Emmett Till was murdered by white people, after a white woman accused him of harassing her… Read More ›

To Leslie

A knock-out performance from Andrea Riseborough that keeps you clean and sober. Andrea Riseborough gives her best performance since “Disconnect” in “To Leslie,” and both these films are small independent features with big souls. It represents alcoholism with a certain… Read More ›

Triangle of Sadness

A luxury cruise gone horribly wrong in comical ways. When “Triangle of Sadness” premiered at the Cannes Film Festival last summer, it received a standing ovation from the audience, while informing us that there would be a scene when people… Read More ›

Luckiest Girl Alive

If Mila Kunis doesn’t confront her past, she won’t have a future. Mila Kunis plays Ani FaNelli, a successful magazine editor in New York, who’s poised to getting the job of her dreams and marrying Luke Harrison (Finn Wittrock)-the man… Read More ›

Amsterdam

David O. Russell’s latest A-list caper is a big mess. “Amsterdam” is the latest star-studded entry from director David O. Russell, whose “American Hustle” was on my best of 2010s list, but unfortunately, it’s a convoluted misfire that can’t decide… Read More ›

The Good House

Sigourney Weaver wins you over through her highs (Kevin Kline) and lows (drinking). Husband-and-wife filmmakers Wallace Wolodarsky and Maya Forbes (both behind “Infinitely Polar Bear”) guide Sigourney Weaver in one of her best performances as a woman with problems that… Read More ›

Don’t Worry Darling

An attractive, but disappointing mystery-thriller made by a professional woman. “Don’t Worry Darling,” Olivia Wilde’s follow-up to her directorial debut of “Booksmart,” is a cinematic representation of a wolf in sheep’s clothing. That means the film looks great with the… Read More ›

Blonde

Some don’t like it hot. Andrew Dominik’s take on Marilyn Monroe in “Blonde” is a miserable bag for me. It’s a movie that looks great, because of the scope and Ana de Armas portraying the actress, but feels unfocused and… Read More ›

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