At its foundation, Dealing with Dad is a sentimental and gentle saga about overcoming the past.
The movie is clever, playing with heist movie tropes while also presenting a dynamic, interesting, and funny tableau of animation.
Waterman is a vigorously beautiful and deeply rich exploration of one of America’s most overlooked heroes.
While perhaps the best Fantastic Beasts film, The Secrets of Dumbledore remains a dour movie with lots to say but not enough imagination or understanding to say it well.
Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s latest is more elusive and even more enveloping than his other beguiling films.
If we need a movie starring Mark Wahlberg and Mel Gibson about problematic men finding a redemption arc, this is certainly that movie.
Ambulance is a Michael Bay film to its core, an engine revved nearly beyond its limits.
The documentary from British writer-director Andrea Arnold conveys something similar to the splendor that radiates from the best of silent cinema.
If it were just a ride in a theme park, Morbius would be fun enough. But it is not.
The scary story uses succinct dialogue, a serene setting, and a striking score to create a poetic take on life, death, and the in-between
She hasn’t let the hurdles of the industry stop her from creating.
The long-running porn festival HUMP! Fest (organized by Chicago Reader sex columnist Dan Savage) made its way to the Music Box last weekend after being canceled last year.
Like the rest of us in 2020, film director Michael Glover Smith found his carefully laid plans laid to waste by a microscopic agent of chaos and destruction.
This is the final of four curated weeks in the festival, and PrideArts finishes things off by showcasing touching connections, tragic losses, and lighthearted shenanigans in five short films.
If anything, the story might have gone on longer, as the Tamimi project never entirely takes shape and the powerful forces let loose in Y’s desert epiphany fizzle out by the end credits.