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Director Barry Jenkins’ movie favors mood over story, and is full of good actors and explosive color.
It was a very interesting year for the Western — the genre made the Herald movie critic’s top five.
“On the Basis of Sex” is about Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s origin story and one of her most significant cases.
It’s a scattershot look at the life of George W. Bush’s veep played by shape-shifter Christian Bale.
Emily Blunt is practically perfect in the role made famous by Julie Andrews.
The comic book saga can’t decide whether to be silly or a serious origin story.
The film’s stuffed with platitudes and shouldn’t work, but Lopez proves she’s a true movie star.
This adaptation of a post-apocalyptic novel is set in a landscape where giant cities move around.
“Into the Spider-Verse” has good jokes, but its frantic action and poky dialogue scenes take a toll.
The film makes parallels with current events, but its biggest draw is Ronan’s blazing performance.
The Oscar-winning director’s film, about a housemaid in 1970s Mexico City, packs emotional power.
Olivia Colman, Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone have a field day in this 18th century period piece.
Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen give a master class on acting in this period piece set in 1962.
A stiff Taron Egerton does not rekindle fond memories of Errol Flynn in this hectic action flick.
The Herald’s movie critic recommends movies to watch via streaming this holiday season.
Part Two of J.K. Rowling’s latest franchise is a bewildering bummer.
The cast, led by the formidable Viola Davis, is excellent, but the film leaves you wanting more.
The initially funny, eventually bleak movie reminds us that death lurked everywhere in the Old West.
Netflix’s “Outlaw King” stars Chris Pine as Scottish hero Robert the Bruce in the 14th century.
Director Paul Dano, an actor himself, lets Mulligan and costar Jake Gyllenhaal showcase their skill.