In The Apology, a former U.S. senator asks the government to say it's sorry to Native Americans.
The film offers an admiring portrait of Julia Child and her impact on foodie culture.
When a single mother and her two children move to a new town, they discover their connection to the original Ghostbusters and the secret legacy their grandfather left behind.
The actor brings menace and grief to Jane Campion's handsome adaptation of Thomas Savage's 1967 novel.
The actor delivers a ferocious, all-consuming performance in King Richard, a thoroughly entertaining portrait of Richard Williams — better known as Venus and Serena's father.
With the sequel to her popular 2019 film, cult favorite Joanna Hogg suggests the promise of great things to come.
For its frequently painful contours, there's an abundance of pleasures to be had in Belfast, Kenneth Branagh's irresistible memoir about growing up amid the Troubles in Northern Ireland.
The film doesn't elevate the art, but it's funny and sweet. This old dog may not have many new tricks, but sometimes being a good boy will do.
The 'Dexter' creators know you're still mad about the finale, but they hope a new reboot will make up for it
The Native Cinema Showcase returns as a virtual program for 2021, featuring 47 films (features and shorts) and representing tribes and Nations from 13 countries.
Antlers obeys the rules of horror — many of which are familiar, at times even cliche — while also bending them.
The Oscar-winning director gracefully handles a thankless job with Eternals, a Marvel Cinematic Universe origin story that suffers from all the baggy, convoluted drawbacks of the form.
In Spencer, a messy but moving portrait of Princess Diana, Kristen Stewart inhabits the title role.
An aspiring fashion designer is mysteriously able to enter the 1960s, where she encounters a dazzling wannabe singer. However, the glamour is not all it appears to be, and the dreams of the past start to crack and splinter into something far darker.
Director Denis Villeneuve's adaptation of Dune is somehow almost purely pleasurable — and rarely tedious, despite its gargantuan running time and minor imperfections.
From its ritualized opening scene, The Last Duel bears all the contours of a hoary medieval spectacle, but all is not as it seems in this sly study of systemic patriarchy and narrative revisionism.
Amid playwright-turned-screenwriter Steven Levenson’s overhaul and director Stephen Chbosky’s grounded aesthetic, Dear Evan Hansen’s foundation thankfully survives the stage-to-screen remodeling.
- Gifts for the discerning host that are (mostly) not fruitcake
- Giving thanks for beer
- Beer-brined bird from The Beeroness
- Treat the fruit well: Rombauer Vineyards
- The underdog of spirits
- Elements of a classic: the martini
- Dining outside the box: Restaurant patios worth checking out
- Soul nourishment: Sweetwater Harvest Kitchen
- ‘I never want to stay home again’: Restaurateurs on the pandemic era
- 'Eating is the major sport of having a body': Cafe Pasqual's Katharine Kagel
- Off the beaten track: Midtown Bistro
- Authentic Italian cuisine capita a Santa Fe: Chef Cristian Pontiggia
- You can't wreck this sauce: ‘Kitchen Meets Quarantine’
- This way to Flavor Town: Tune Up Café
- New wine in a new wineskin: The Kosher Food & Wine Experience