Again and again, we are taken in The Will to See to places where regular reporters never venture, and certainly not filmgoers.
Sy Montgomery raises the question of our relationship to the world and all its animals and nudges us toward the view that even predators deserve our support and admiration because of the value they bring to our planet.
It is not unusual for most series to hit a sophomore slump, but Hacks manages to avoid this fate, partly because of how deftly it expands on its original premise.
We need to realize how important class is in order to understand how inequality can rise as Confederate monuments fall.
Making the viewer draw visual connections among Matisse’s pieces in the title painting is at the core of MoMA’s The Red Studio.
The musical’s book, lyrics, and score are strong enough to warrant productions elsewhere.
With summer coming, this progressive surf combo’s new recording promises to make an ideal soundtrack for the season.
Isaac Butler’s stories about The Method’s effect on American film acting are insightful, particularly when he recounts how actors could be either inspired or angered when they embraced it.
This movie reminds us that — if there is any meaning to life at all — it’s what you bring to it, not what it brings to you.
Manel Fortià’s album of his Spanish-tinged compositions is meant to wake us up to what the bassist can do.