First-time Emmy nominee Julian Jarrold took a few creative liberties when directing "The Girl." For instance, Gwyneth Hughes' script called for birds to attack Sienna Miller's character Tippi Hedren…
Breaking the Girls
Strong acting and occasional dives into deeper territory redeem this somewhat contrived chamber piece.
Forget Walter White. Netflix may be “the one who knocks.” If there were any skepticism left about the clout the streaming service possesses, it may have been put to the rest Sunday after the AMC…
A critical digest of the week's latest U.S. theatrical releases. Where applicable, links to longer reviews have been provided. The Wolverine Distributor: 20th Century Fox The Marvel team has recast…
“G.B.F.” broke both stereotypes and theater capacities at Outfest’s maxed out Closing Night Gala at Hollywood’s John Anson Ford Theater on July 21. Even a little unseasonable Los Angeles sprinkling…
Chris Mason Johnson's "Test" has won the grand jury awards for U.S. dramatic feature and screenwriting at Outfest Los Angeles, which concludes its 11-day run Sunday.
A lipstick-lesbian riff on “Strangers on a Train,” “Breaking the Girls” is a watchable but somewhat routinely pulpy mix of sex, blackmail and murder, a polished low-budgeter that doesn’t rise above…
A fine memorial to one of 20th-century America's most brilliant thinkers, this highly entertaining documentary should attract healthy niche sales.
Driven more by style and attitude than by narrative, this freefrom adaptation of Michelle Tea's cult novel/memoir is always stimulating but a little exhausting.
An enjoyable comedy-mystery set in the more privileged echelons of Los Angeles gay society.