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The Norwegian film lifts many of those shocks from those horror classics, but does it effectively.
“Jane” includes fascinating newly discovered 1960s footage of the chimpanzee expert.
The Cartoon Saloon film never lets you forget that you’re here to learn an important lesson.
In the midst of all the sexual-misconduct allegations, the holiday film season offers some relief.
The actress of “Fargo” fame gives an Oscar-worthy performance in this black comedy on human nature.
Kenneth Branagh, Kenneth Branagh’s mustache and an all-star cast have fun in an old-school whodunit.
“The Square” features a star-making performance by a 50-year-old Danish actor named Claes Bang.
Our three heroines are visited by their insane mothers during the holidays in “A Bad Moms Christmas.”
The Yorkshire farmer falls for Romanian worker tale is an impressive directing debut by Francis Lee.
“Thor: Ragnarok” starring Chris Hemsworth is first and foremost a comedy, with some action thrown in.
The gentle movie tells a serious story about how celebrity culture harmed a family.
“Human Flow” is not a documentary by a journalist, or a traditional activist. If it were, it might be 25 hours long, with abundant background… Continue reading
It tells the story of a polio patient and his wife who helped change attitudes about the disabled.
“Loving Vincent” relates the circumstances of the great painter’s death.
“The Snowman,” based on a Scandinavian crime novel, suffers from catastrophic storytelling problems.
The beloved character actor’s last film puts him in the leading role. He died last month at 91.
The sequel to the 1982 classic is a bit hokey and slow, but Harrison Ford is a welcome presence.
“Ex Libris: New York Public Library” by Frederick Wiseman shows us how today’s library system works.
The new film is drawn from another period in the royal life, years after the events of “Mrs. Brown.”
The movie star does a little re-branding of his most identifiable role in this based-on-fact film.