Patriots Day provides an intimate view of a heart-stopping week.
Cyndi Freeman and Brad Lawrence are accomplishing their mission: to bring the lowbrow entertainment of yesterday to the highbrow viewers of today.
By the end, Autumn Stage comes off as a pint-sized No Exit.
About Clarence & Me looks tenderly … perhaps too tenderly …at some pertinent contemporary issues.
This fledgling stage troupe aspires to raise a call to arms.
Until its closing scenes, Captain Fantastic takes a complex look at the wisdom of bucking the system or joining in.
Our Kind of Traitor provides plenty of agreeably tense entertainment.
Swiss Army Man is much more than your standard absurd adolescent comedy or a campy send-up of the genre.
Unfortunately for Genius, film is a visual medium, not a talking heads snore fest.
Time after time, when the cheap and easy outcome is there for the plucking, Me Before You ditches the teary payoffs.