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Ellis (Jeremy Pope), a sweet 20-something gay Black man with a dimpled smile, whiles away his days at an urban homeless shelter. While watching TV one evening, he sees images of post-9/11 troops in ba…
The parental figures in The Fabelmans are apparently based squarely on director Steven Spielberg's own mom and dad. In their idyllic 1950s home, mom Mitzi (Michelle Williams) is the artistic free spir…
Harry Styles as an actor (so far, at least) is the type where you want to give him the benefit of the doubt, because (bless his heart) he's a cutie and is taking on interesting roles. Unlike the gossi…
If you have any sense of U.S. history, you'll watch Till with an impending sense of doom. Emmett Till was a 14-year-old boy from Chicago that was lynched in a small Mississippi town while visiting his…
In 1933 New York, two best friends (and veterans from World War I), find out that their beloved general from their battalion has died of mysterious circumstances on his way back from Europe. The gener…
It's the year 1291, and everything is about to change for young Catherine (Bella Ramsey), the spirited 14-year-old daughter of the lord and lady of the village of Stonebridge. Catherine, called Birdy …
It's 1950s in London's West End, and the uber-popular stage show of Agatha Christie's "The Mousetrap" has reached a milestone with its 100th performance. Caddish American director Leo Kopernick (Adrie…
When I walked out of the theater after seeing The Woman King, I marveled to a group of women, "This is such an interesting piece of history… I can't believe there's never been a movie made about these…
There is a really great plot idea in Burial: In 1945, at the tail-end of World War II, a small band of Soviet soldiers is tasked with secretly hauling Hitler's body across Poland where it will be put …
The Uru-eu-wau-wau are an extremely small Indigenous tribe (population about 180) in the Amazon rainforest of Brazil. Not contacted by "civilized" folks until the 1980s, they continue to live their li…
Since Quentin Tarantino, Guy Ritchie, and Robert Rodriguez and their ilk first started riddling the screen with rapid-fire dialogue to complement equally rapid-fire bullets, the quippy, self-aware ult…
Do you get claustrophobic? Do you have a fear of getting buried alive and/or drowning? Then Thirteen Lives may not be the most relaxing viewing for you. For the majority of this cave-rescue film, I ha…