Though lacking in subtlety, “On the Basis of Sex” is often stirring as it provides a necessary history lesson.
“The Ambassador,” filmed on location in Israel, may well have marked the nadir of Hudson’s career.
In “Cold War” Pawlikowski returns to a black and white format and a story of origins — this time his own.
The Oscars shortlist is out and pretty Jew-y.
Had “Mary Poppins” author P.L. Travers had her way, the Sherman Brothers’ songs would not have been in the original film.
To paraphrase Spider-Man’s Uncle Ben: With infinite universes come infinite possibilities.
Though given short shrift in too much mainstream conversation, imaginative filmmaking continues to thrive, even in this unusually benighted year.
What do genetically-engineered dinosaurs, sailors on shore leave and a homicidal novelist have in common? The Library of Congress, for one.
The distance of translation, of not quite being of a world or understanding it fully, are ideal for the form of a memory novel.
Hugh Jackman is attracting Oscars buzz for the “The Frontrunner,” but another actor’s performance is receiving some unwanted attention.
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