Manville has to go through a kaleidoscope of moods and emotions, and every one of them is precise, fearless, and searingly real.
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A TV review of AMC's Better Call Saul.
A review of the new Epix mini-series loosely based on the H.G. Wells classic.
A look at five Spike Lee '90s films just released on Blu-ray.
The latest on Blu-ray and streaming includes Parasite, Waves, Doctor Sleep, and Motherless Brooklyn.
A Sundance dispatch on three of this year's best documentaries that illustrate the breadth of storytelling in non-fiction filmmaking.
On two of the best premieres of Sundance 2020.
On three U.S. Dramatic Competition films of Sundance 2020, including two of the year's best.
On two of the most-buzzed films of Sundance, A24's Zola and Neon's Palm Springs.
On three dark films from Sundance about the violence of the human condition.
On two Sundance films from the Midnight program, the excellent Relic and the promising Amulet.