Profiles a long-running family musical act whose joyful musicality onstage is somewhat belied by the discordant notes hit behind the scenes.
Equal parts hagiographic biography and heartland celebration, "The Seer: A Portrait of Wendell Berry" should be of interest to passionate devotees of the film's subject — an award-winning poet…
A trilogy of cautionary tales about the day-to-day lives and fateful decisions of frontline correspondents in Afghanistan comprises this affecting and well-made Austrian war drama.
This fun if unmemorable occult thriller sports — all too faithfully at times — both the typical pleasures and shortcomings of the grade-B '80s movies it pays homage to.
“Ice Age: Collision Course,” the breathless fifth chapter in what has become the most die-hard franchise in the history of digital animation, kicks off with a cheeky but spectacular prologue in which…
Lifetime remake takes a shopworn woman-in-peril story and turns it into a slightly less shopworn lesbian vampire romance.
"Orange Is the New Black" has been less a television show than a movement. The drama — Netflix's only truly great one — burst on the scene in 2012 as a vehicle of change, both in terms of what we…
It's been 30 years since Henry Rollins fronted the hell-raising Los Angeles hardcore punk band Black Flag, but you could say that he's been dining out on the role ever since. And, in fact, it was a…
A pair of good-looking, mysterious strangers ensconce themselves in a boutique hotel room and proceed to go after each other sexually, verbally and psychologically in the taught, tartly written…
One of "Greenleaf's" most notable accomplishments is how much it packs into its first three episodes without seeming rushed or overwrought. It's a classic nighttime soap, so all the staples of the…
With a domineering Ralph Fiennes at its black heart, Rupert Goold's “Richard III” is a difficult piece for difficult times. Now starring at the Almeida Theater with a cast that includes Vanessa…