The Last Black Man in San Francisco wrests lyrical beauty from a tale of gentrification, economic inequality, and homesickness.
Harold Lloyd creates a buoyant rural fantasyland; Charles Burnett reveals the Deep South in South L.A.
‘My Brilliant Friend’ is a coming of age series that rivals Virgil’s ‘Aeneid.’
We’re sitting and bingeing on filmed entertainment for hours at a time. Does that mean the two-hour movie format is dead?
Longtime movie critic David Ansen has a confession: He’s not wild about the “Star Wars" movies. And that doesn't sit well with fans of the Force.
Winston Churchill is the hero in our soft-minded and cliched interpretation of modern history. But “Darkest Hour” respects history and the chaotic personality of Churchill.
“Monterey Pop” celebrated the Summer of Love that quickly was overtaken by the quagmire documented in Ken Burns and Lynn Novick’s “The Vietnam War.”
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