The dialogue could arguably be called smart and the characterization complex.
See why he's the restless modernist.
The new documentary presents a Fred Rogers as warm and generous as his onscreen persona.
Toni Collette goes nuts in the messed-up family horror flick.
The new documentary tells the unsung story of Kubrick's right-hand man, Leon Vitali.
It looks like garbage and is no fun at all.
It’s hard to overcome the film’s hypocrisy.
The movie treats audiences to more lazy writing and idiot-appeasing offensiveness.
The film promises punk rock but feels dreadfully quirk-heavy.
The famous New York artist is barely present in the new documentary.
The latest release from GKIDS lacks the charm and beauty of other beloved animated films from Japan.
The German filmmaker's neglected masterpiece screens in Berkeley.
A look at the brightest justice on the U.S. Supreme Court, who had to fight twice as hard to get there because she's a woman.
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The People's Kitchen Collective's free meal served as a history lesson, an act of resistance, and a celebration.
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Saw the movie. It was great. I highly recommend it.
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