Eastwood’s conceptions of heroism and villainy have always been, if not endlessly complex, at least never simplistic.
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A look ahead at the 118 features that will be competing at this year's Sundance Film Festival.
The first theatrical feature film written and directed by David Chase, the creator of “The Sopranos,” this is an autobiographical tale about the formation of an artistic sensibility. John Magaro plays Doug Damiano, a northern New Jersey teenager whose father Pat (James Gandolfini) is a hot-tempered Archie Bunker-style reactionary who suffers from psoriasis, and whose mother Antoinette (Molly Price) is a depressive who regularly threatens to kill herself. The movie is narrated by Doug’s sister Evelyn, played by Meg Guzulescu, in the manner of a third-person novel, packing a television season’s worth of incident into an hour and 50 minutes yet somehow never feeling rushed.
A review of the new drama Strange Angel, starring Jack Reynor, Bella Heathcote, and Rupert Friend.
The latest on Blu-ray and DVD, including Happy Death Day, The Foreigner, Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, It, and Blade Runner 2049.
Chaz Ebert lists her favorite films of 2017.
Two dozen of our favorite performances from 2017.
A report on some good films coming your way from Telluride and Toronto this year.
Reviews from the Toronto International Film Festival of the latest by Louis C.K., Scott Cooper, Angela Robinson and Melanie Laurent.
Reviews from Cannes of Cristian Mungiu's "Graduation" and Nicolas Winding Refn's "The Neon Demon."
Amy Winehouse's "Frank"; "Mr. Robot" is the spiritual successor of "Fight Club"; "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" director Burr Steers; Uncertain future of film criticism; Joe Gibbons goes to prison.