John Myhre was a fan of the 1964 classic film as a child, and now he’s helping bring its sequel to a new generation. How a production designer tackles envisioning the new with a nod to the old.
Director Barry Jenkins goes for atmosphere over story.
Julia Roberts works well with actor Lucas Hedges, who knows how to be volatile without chewing the scenery.
The documentary, directed by Sandi Tan, is a charming, wistful movie.
Hamish the polar bear emerges from his frozen muddy pond searching for his red ball in the Highland Wildlife Park in Kincraig, Scotland, on Dec. 16.
The movie is about the oft-chronicled rivalry between Queen Elizabeth I and Mary, Queen of Scots.
The film is the Lebanese entry for the Oscar for best foreign film.
Two of the movies that caught the attention of Monitor film critic Peter Rainer include a previously unreleased Orson Welles film and the latest from the Coen brothers.
Director Hirokazu Kore-eda’s slow reveal of who these people are, and what they mean to each other, has its mystery story aspects, but this is essentially a character study.
The film is about Queen Anne (Olivia Colman), the last of the Stuart monarchs, and the two women (Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone) who are vying for her favors.
The movie is a powerful story about complicated family ties.
The film depicts Van Gogh’s last prolific years.
The movie, which stars Mahershala Ali as a jazz pianist who hires 'Tony Lip' (Viggo Mortensen) to be his driver-bodyguard, is manipulative but wins you over anyway.
It’s an anthology film consisting of six discrete vignettes set in the Old West.
Director and co-screenwriter Jason Reitman’s attempts to mimic a loose-limbed political movie in the style of Robert Altman’s 'Tanner' series or 'The Candidate' are rather leaden.
Less noise. More insight.