You will come away impressed by Patricia Lockwood’s skillful literary play — enjoy an escape from your own Internet miasma, and then be affected by a powerful contrast to it.
Two brilliant Israeli pianists have released exceptional musical offerings.
Unlike other pretentious and/or earnest travel shows, Men in Kilts is downright jolly.
Despite its potential for black comedy or moral sermonizing, 4×4 remains a gripping suspenser.
Can we correct some of the mistakes we’ve made and engineer our way out of a deadly climate crisis of our own making?
We’re desperate for some frothy good spirits, so welcome Barb & Star’s turquoise ‘n’ hot pink assault, forgive it for being mildly funny more often than wildly funny, and enjoy its modest pleasures.
Over 75 segments from the Berlin Wall have found their way to the U.S., providing the subject for The American Sector, an amusing, quirky, and meditative road-trip/scavenger hunt.
There’s much to admire in the color, character, and urgency of the Minnesotans’ playing and the overall strong direction from conductor Osmo Vänskä.
The Dig is suffused with a very English (and problematic) sense of history: why it matters, how it can be taken for granted, and the odd way that certain elements of the past are valorized while others are kept buried.
This film offers a much more nuanced and self-reflective conversation about authorship, authenticity, creative inspiration, and the role of film criticism than any of its detractors are willing to admit.