An equally straightforward title for this biopic could be Deconstructing Jackie.
June 1964, two quests in the Mississippi Delta, both with lasting impact.
A compelling documentary that shines a light on tensions on the island of Hispaniola.
A terrorist? A martyr? Hear his own words.
A tightly wound gem of a movie that wastes none of its brisk 80 minutes.
A rousing call to arms for anyone interested in honest, issues-based journalism, this documentary could not be timelier.
It’s hard to imagine another American film this year with as many fine acting moments. Watching actor Casey Affleck, who looks like an eternally youthful choir boy, fight his inner demons is worth the price of admission alone.
Julie Dash’s layered, poetic, and timeless film garnered lavish praise when it came out in 1991. It has now been rereleased on its 25th anniversary,
Lian (Chinese megastar Fan Bingbing) is a woman on a mission, but she’s neither Norma Rae nor Mother Courage.
The fraught relationship between the residents of Appalachia and the coal in their ground.