Lyrical, well acted, and featuring lifelike surgical scenes that emphasize the marvel of the human body.
The boys are back in Edinburgh town in Danny Boyle’s oddly titled, long-awaited, and long-belated sequel to his iconic 1996 film.
The annual New York festival of French film presents some fine movies this year in a program of high quality overall—women directors especially display a great range of talent here.
A meta comedy about a singing comedian named Henry Phillips, played by comedian Henry Phillips, with Sarah Silverman and J.K. Simmons.
It was a very good year, so much so that there were numerous ways to come up with a credible best-of list featuring a wide range of movies.
It’s the rare achievement for a movie about teenagers: they have layers.
A rockumentary on the seminal band the Stooges, “the greatest rock ’n’ roll band ever,” at least according to filmmaker Jim Jarmusch.
Shot documentary style, this affecting film focuses on lives not typically seen in American films, centering on a young Somali refugee and his tag-along dog.
From the set design to direction, Damien Chazelle’s new film, a musical, has a big heart on for golden-age Hollywood.