Christian Tafdrup's first feature eventually enters darker terrain with not entirely satisfying yet consistently intriguing results.
You needn't wait for a long list of executive producers in the closing credits to detect the presence of David Gordon Green hanging over "Dayveon."
When unarmed black teenager Michael Brown was shot to death by police officer Darren Wilson on August 9, 2014 in a St. Louis suburb, long-simmering African-American rage boiled over.
At one point in "The Resurrection of Gavin Stone," a thoroughly predictable but undemandingly pleasant faith-based dramedy about a career-stalled actor who gets a shot at redemption while playing the…
You'd have to go all the way back to "Heavenly Creatures" to find a role that understands what actress Melanie Lynskey brings to the table as clearly as does Macon Blair's "I Don't Feel at Home in…
It might be the understatement of the millennium to say that Donald Trump is not about to do the issue of climate change (or those who care about it) any great favors. Yet Trump's ascendance could…
An offbeat road movie across Thailand with a touch of the surreal, featuring a bromance between an over-the-hill architect and his long-lost elephant.
With August Wilson’s “Fences” playing in movie theaters and Andre Holland attracting Oscar buzz for his star-making performance in “Moonlight,” Manhattan Theater Club should draw crowds to this…
The theme music for "Frontier" encapsulates the whole show. It starts a little outsize, with an electric guitar riff over the orchestral strings that we've come to associate with adventure shows. But…
"xXx: Return of Xander Cage" begins in outer space, and the camera follows a rogue satellite as it leaves orbit and plummets toward the exact spot on Earth where Samuel L. Jackson and Brazilian…
Fascism doesn't kick the door down on arrival. It waits for an invite, then makes itself at home. A response to the rise of the far-right in Europe – or, more accurately, its re-rise – but equally…
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